GLENN HUGHES: 'Music For The Divine' To Receive U.S. Release In January
Legendary vocalist/bassist Glenn Hughes' (DEEP PURPLE, BLACK SABBATH) latest solo album, "Music for the Divine", will receive its long-awaited U.S. release on January 30, 2007 via Demolition Records. The CD, which is available now in Europe on Frontiers Records, was recorded in Chad Smith's (RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS) house in Los Angeles and again features Smith on drums and longtime Glenn Hughes collaborator JJ Marsh on guitar. Also featured are RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS guitarist John Frusciante and Mark Killian, who has provided the string arrangements and keyboards.
As previously reported, an eight-minute audio interview with Hughes, conducted recently by Norway's Metal Express Radio, has been posted online at this location.
Glenn recently announced his new touring band as Jeff Kollman on guitar, Mark Mondesir on drums and Anders Olinder on keyboards.
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