Sunday, April 21, 2013
Glenn Hughes - Live In Wolverhampton CD Review
Glenn Hughes' career has seen many highs and lows, both on and off the stage. From his promising beginnings in Trapeze to a choice spot in Deep Purple to over a decade of substance abuse followed by more than two decades (and counting) of sobriety, he has seen and done it all, both musically and otherwise. After more than 40 years, Hughes is showing no signs of slowing down. In recent years, he has released three critically acclaimed albums with Black Country Communion, as well as his own strong solo albums. While on tour in 2009 for his album, First Nuclear Underground Kitchen, Hughes recorded a two-night stand in his hometown of Bilston, Wolverhampton, the results of which are captured on Glenn Hughes — Live In Wolverhampton.
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