GLENN HUGHES Offers Help For Crisis-Hit U.K. Music Club

According to Express & Star, legendary vocalist/bassist Glenn Hughes (BLACK SABBATH, DEEP PURPLE) offered to stage a concert to help raise funds for crisis-hit U.K. music club JB's.

Hughes told how the club in Castle Hill, Dudley, helped launch his career — and pledged the support of his new supergroup BLACK COUNTRY COMMUNION.

"This beautiful club was the birthplace for me, and where I started out in Britain," he said.

"I would do anything to help, and the group will help in any way it can, simply because of the heritage it holds for me and us as a group. If they need someone to play there and raise awareness, you can count me in to do that."

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