GLENN HUGHES: An Evening Of TRAPEZE In Wolverhampton
According to a posting on the Deep Purple Appreciation Society web site, a venue in Wolverhampton, England (The Robin in Bilston) is advertising two GLENN HUGHES shows for June 2009. The first is on Saturday, June 6, with Glenn and his band performing music from his latest solo album, "First Underground Nuclear Kitchen (F.U.N.K.)", with the promise of "some rarely played songs, including material that Glenn has never played in the UK before." The Sunday, June 7 show promises to be very special, with Glenn and his band performing a full set of TRAPEZE material, preceded in the afternoon by a showing of showing of "rare Glenn Hughes- and TRAPEZE-related films".
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TRAPEZE was an English rock band formed in March 1969 by vocalist John Jones and guitarist/keyboardist Terry Rowley (who named the band), with guitarist Mel Galley, singer/bassist Glenn Hughes, and drummer Dave Holland. The band had a fairly fluid lineup, finally dissolving in 1994, and although they never found commercial success themselves, several members went on to join better-known bands.
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