Glenn Hughes – A Storyteller Session Celebrating Glenn’s Life In Music
Hosted by Vintage TV’s Nicky Horne
DATE & TIME
Saturday 25 February 2017
12:00 pm – 4:00 pm GMT
Cafe de Paris
3 Coventry Street
VIP tickets (£55), reserved seating (£30), and balcony tickets (£20).
This special event, held at London’s historic Cafe de Paris, is a must do for all Glenn Hughes fans and tickets are strictly limited.
An exciting highlight to the up-close-and-personal event will include the airing of a new 60 minute documentary, featuring never-before-seen classic archival vision of Glenn from the 70’s. This will the world premiere of the film … not to be missed!
The exclusive film screening will be followed by a 2 hour story telling session hosted by Vintage Television’s Friday Night Rock Show host, Nicky Horne, where Glenn will delve into some of the great and even infamous events in his life to date.
For VIP ticket holders, the evening will conclude with a private audience with Glenn who will be signing an exclusive CD and answering questions about his colourful career in music.
Glenn Hughes is the real deal – A true vocal and musical icon of our times.
In 2016, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame based in the USA, inducted Deep Purple’s Glenn Hughes. This was a culmination of a 40+ years career which saw Glenn leave his indelible mark in several musical endeavours and bands, including Trapeze, Deep Purple, Hughes/Thrall, his collaborations with Gary Moore, Black Sabbath’s Tony Iommi and most recently with Black Country Communion and California Breed.
Singer, bassist, and songwriter Glenn Hughes is a living, breathing embodiment of British rock, and his is a compelling story. Starting out in the 60s with beat combo Finders Keepers, he formed acclaimed funk-rock band Trapeze, then joined Deep Purple at their commercial peak. Flying around the world in the band’s own jet, Hughes enthusiastically embraced the rock ‘n’ roll lifestyle. He played on three Purple albums, including the classic Burn. When Deep Purple split up in 1976, Hughes embarked on a series of solo albums, collaborations, and even a brief, chaotic spell fronting Black Sabbath. Along the way he battled crack addiction and cocaine psychosis, before surviving a clean-up-or-die crisis and recovering to rebuild his solo career. In this special London event hosted by Nicky Horne, Hughes will recount his adventures and misadventures with honesty and humour, bringing us up to date with the reformation of rock supergroup Black Country Communion and his critically acclaimed new album Resonate.
Glenn Hughes is a true original whose music blends hard rock, soul, and funk.
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