The NTSC edition of the DVD, “Live in Wolverhampton“, is now in stock and available for purchase at www.glennhughes.com. As is, a newly resupplied stock of the original PAL version.
You can also expect to see it soon at retail. Buy now or buy later, it’s up to you! But hurry, supplies won’t last forever!!
The band Alberta Cross played. Friends such as Alice Cooper, Jeremy Piven, Cindy Crawford, Randy Gerber and fellow musicians were all in attendance! You can now view some pix from the evening’s event.
Glenn has just left us a brand new HD video message – the first of the New Year!
To view it, simply point your web browser to:
Last weekend, Glenn attended the annual NAMM conference, held in Anaheim, California, USA. There he met up with friends and fellow musicians. You can now view some pix from his time there.
There is a lot of speculation and talk about the new project that Glenn is involved with, and at this stage, all we can say, is that an official statement/announcement is forthcoming and will be made very soon. However, this will not be made until the time is right.
As soon as there is any news relating to the project, ‘glennhughes.com‘ will have all the details and updates for you.
The original DVD will be restocked at the official web site in a few weeks, in addition to an NTSC version for the North American market. At that time you’ll have the choice to purchase both the existing PAL and newly available NTSC edition, from a variety of high street shops, as well as online outlets, plus at the official web site!
For details of the DVD, you can visit:
Glenn will be appearing live as a special guest during the “A Very Special Tribute to John Bonham” segment at The Wilton in Los Angeles, California, USA this evening, Friday, January 8th, 2010, as part of the annual “Drum-Off” event, hosted by Guitar Center.
If you happen to be in town, be sure and try and go along; it promises to be a very special evening.
Glenn has been busy over the Holiday Season, in a Malibu, CA. studio with music producer, Kevin Shirley, working on a remix of the classic Deep Purple MK. IV album, “Come Taste The Band“.
Still a work in progress, songs that have received the treatment so far include, ‘You Keep On Moving‘, ‘Gettin’ Tighter‘, ‘Dealer‘ and ‘I Need Love‘.
More updates to follow as work progresses – stay tuned!
If you follow the link below you can read of an exclusive discount offer by the publishers of the “Regular” limited edition of Glenn’s forthcoming autobiography, due for publication in 2010. But hurry, there is a deadline to take advantage of their special offer!
Glenn has just left us all a brand new HD video message featuring a special guest!
You can now watch it, in all it’s HD glory and in full screen via YouTube.