Legendary bassist/vocalist Glenn Hughes (BLACK COUNTRY COMMUNION, ex-DEEP PURPLE, BLACK SABBATH) has wrapped up his time in a Nashville, Tennessee recording studio laying down new music with a band he has put together over the past few months. The disc, which is expected in May 2014, will include a special guest appearance by Julian Lennon, John Lennon's (THE BEATLES) son with his first wife Cynthia, on a duet with Glenn.
Says Hughes: "Jules is the one who helped me put our new band together.
"We all love you, Jules.
"Yes. Jules and I are singing together on the new Nashville album. He is in Monaco. We sent him the files last night — which he recorded in record time. We received them back four hours ago!
"Trust me. Jules is the real dang deal."
Adds Lennon: "The one and only Glenn Hughes et moi, singing together for the first time ever last night. Even if we are 4746 miles apart, technology today. Who would have thought."
Julian Lennon previously stated about Glenn Hughes: "I can say, without a doubt, he is one of the best singers/songwriters/performers I have ever seen. His range is mind-blowing! And his talent knows no bounds."
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