GLENN HUGHES (California Breed, Black Country Communion, Deep Purple, Trapeze) has contributed THE POLICE classic song, “Roxanne“, to the ROCK AGAINST TRAFFICKING project formed by record producer and musician, Gary Miller, to raise awareness of the global slave trade.
Glenn Hughes went in studio recently with popular record producer, Gary Miller, to record the track to add his voice to the all star celebrity roster. When asked about his contribution to the project, Hughes shared, “Gary called me and told me about the project and asked if I would sing a song. He asked me about doing ‘Roxanne.’ There is so much love involved in bringing this special project to the world. It is indeed my pleasure.
You can read more about the project and listen to “Roxanne” by GLENN HUGHES via Billboard.com.
Other artists committed to the project and who have contributed tracks include SLASH and FERGIE (“So Lonely“), Journey’s NEAL SCHON and ARNEL PINEDA (“Synchronicity 2“), HEART (“Wrapped Around My Finger“), JULIAN LENNON (“If I Ever Lose My Faith“), American Idol alumnus DAVID COOK (“Message in a Bottle“), EN VOGUE (“Brand New Day“), STEVE LUKATHER and LEE RITENOUR (“Shape of My Heart“), former Yes frontman JON ANDERSON (“Every Little Thing She Does is Magic“), PAUL CARRACK (“Let Your Soul Be Your Pilot“) and former Free bassist ANDY FRASER (“Every Breath You Take“). CARLOS SANTANA, JOSS STONE and KEB’ MO’ are also on board, but have not yet finalized their tracks.