On Wednesday, April 24, legendary bassist/vocalist Glenn Hughes (BLACK COUNTRY COMMUNION, DEEP PURPLE, BLACK SABBATH) stopped by Utopia Records in Sydney, Australia to meet fans and talk about his latest work. Video footage of the chat, conducted by Paul, can be seen below.
Hughes performed three special solo shows this past week along the East Coast of Australia. During his trip Down Under, Glenn also dropped by Readings Books (Carlton) on Tuesday, April 23 to sign copies of his book, "The Autobiography" (now available in paperback edition via Jawbone).
Glenn was hot on the heels of his one-off performance at the Stone Music Festival as part of supergroup KINGS OF CHAOS (also featuring present and former members of GUNS N' ROSES, DEF LEPPARD and SKID ROW). This whirlwind solo tour saw Glenn stopping off in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane and performing a spectacular two-set career-spanning show. Glenn played a dual set, kicking off with an intimate acoustic solo set that allowed fans to get up close and personal with the man himself before ripping into a full electric show.
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