Veteran hard rock vocalist Joe Lynn Turner (RAINBOW, DEEP PURPLE, YNGWIE MALMSTEEN) talked to Electricbasement.com about his current plans, specifically the HUGHES TURNER PROJECT, also featuring Glenn Hughes (DEEP PURPLE, BLACK SABBATH, TRAPEZE). "Before we can even think of a tour, our next goal is to get back into the studio and do the second HTP studio album," the singer said. "Glenn and I hope to get this done before fall 2003 and then will probably head back to Japan and Europe. Both the debut and live HTP discs are coming out here in the USA on Shrapnel Records as well. The studio album is slated to be released mid-March and the live CD will come out a few months later. Glenn and I would certainly love to see all our friends and fans on tour in the USA. If these USA releases are a bigger success than expected then we may plan some shows." Read the whole interview here.
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