HUGHES TURNER PROJECT To Record Live CD During Upcoming Japanese Tour
HUGHES TURNER PROJECT (HTP), the much-talked-about collaboration between former DEEP PURPLE/BLACK SABBATH vocalist Glenn Hughes and ex-RAINBOW/DEEP PURPLE singer Joe Lynn Turner, will likely record a live album during their upcoming Japanese tour, which is scheduled to take place in May. Among the tracks tentatively set to be performed are songs from HTP, DEEP PURPLE, RAINBOW and selections from Hughes' and Turner's respective solo careers.
The confirmed Japanese tour dates are as follows:
May 11 - Drum Robos - Fukuoka, JAP
May 12 - Club Quatro - Hiroshima, JAP
May 13 - Big Cat - Osaka, JAP
May 15 - Bottom Line - Nagoya, JAP
May 16 - Junk Box - Nagano, JAP
May 17 - Club Quatro - Tokyo, JAP
May 19 - Club Quatro - Tokyo, JAP
The group's line-up for the Japanese dates will consist of:
Glenn Hughes vocals/bass
Joe Lynn Turner - vocals
Akira Kajiyama - guitar
Toshio Egawa - keyboards
Yoshihiro Kudo - drums
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