The legendary Voice Of Rock Glenn Hughes will be performing 2 special solo shows along the East Coast of Australia in late April 2013.
Glenn will be hot on the heels of his one-off performance at the Stone Music Festival as part of super group ‘Kings of Chaos’. This whirlwind solo tour will see Glenn stopping off in Melbourne and Sydney, and audiences can expect a real treat as Glenn performs a spectacular two set career spanning show.
Glenn will be playing a dual set, kicking off with an intimate acoustic solo set that will allows fans to get up close and personal with the man himself before ripping into a full electric show. You can expect to see and hear some highlights from his time with Deep Purple MKIII, Black Country Communion and songs from other solo projects.
Support for the two shows will be Melbourne up and coming rocker’s ‘Massive’.
Glenn Hughes 2013 Australian Tour
MONDAY APRIL 22nd @ THE CORNER HOTEL, Melbourne Vic
THURSDAY APRIL 25th @ THE BASEMENT, Sydney NSW
Tickets on sale – THURSDAY APRIL 14th @ 9:00AM.
For more info go to: www.glennhughes2013.com
MELBOURNE BOOK SIGNING – READINGS BOOKS (CARLTON)
Glenn will be dropping by Readings Books (Carlton) on Tuesday April 23rd at 5:00pm where he’ll be signing copies of his autobiography.
NOTE! It’s strictly limited numbers and bookings must be made to attend this event.
Get in by calling: +613 9347 6633.
MELBOURNE STORYTELLER SESSION (EAST BRUNSWICK)
A VERY special opportunity is on offer to a miniscule number of fans!! 100 fans, yep.. only 100, have the opportunity to attend a 2 hour spoken-word ‘storyteller’ session with Glenn Hughes. 20 tickets are allocated to VIPs and the promoter…. leaving just 80 tickets available to the general public!
This once-off Melbourne event will occur on Tuesday April 23rd from approx. 8:00pm at the Whole Lotta Love Bar in East Brunswick.
In an informal environment, Glenn will take to the stage and field questions from the MC of the night, Mr. Alan Howe. Expect to hear some out there stories as Glenn recounts the high’s, low’s and memorable moments, of his long and colourful career.
NOTE! It’s strictly limited numbers and tickets are available on a first-come, first served basis.
Ticket price is $20.00 + booking fee. To secure your ticket, buy it now!
*Alan Howe is executive editor and columnist with Melbourne’s Herald Sun newspaper. He was born in Farnborough, Hampshire, to Royal Air Force parents, but is proudly an Australian. The Queen has been fortunate enough to meet him twice.