GLENN HUGHES Completes Work On Solo Album

Former DEEP PURPLE/BLACK SABBATH singer GLENN HUGHES has completed work on his latest solo album, "Songs In The Key Of Rock", for a June 23 release through Frontiers Records.

The complete track listing for the album is as follows:

01. In My Blood
02. Lost In The Zone
03. Gasoline
04. Higher Places (Song For Bonzo)
05. Get You Stoned
06. Written All Over Your Face
07. Standing On The Rock
08. Courageous
09. Secret Life
10. The Truth
11. Wherever You Go

According to an official press release, "The album is definitely a step towards the hard rock direction, which is nothing else than the 'natural environment' for Glenn's vocal abilities ! His longtime fans are guaranteed to be particularly pleased with this album!"

"Songs In The Key Of Rock" was produced by Hughes and guitarist Jeff Kollman.


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