GLENN HUGHES Performs At 'We Will Rock You' Post-Party: Photos Available

Glenn Hughes (DEEP PURPLE, BLACK SABBATH) fan site has uploaded several pictures from Hughes' appearance at a post-party in Las Vegas last Wednesday (Sept. 8) for the North American debut of "We Will Rock You", a rock theatrical stage show featuring 20 of QUEEN's greatest hits. Glenn was personally invited to the premiere by QUEEN members Brian May and Roger Taylor and celebrated the event with many of his closest friends, including Chad Smith, Steve Lukather, Steve Vai, Simon Phillips and Eric Singer. The setlist for the post-party show was as follows:

01. Tie Your Mother Down (sung by the cast)
02. The Show Must Go On (sung by the cast)
03. Don't Stop Me Now (sung by the cast)
04. Stone Cold Crazy (w/ Glenn on vocals and bass)
05. Rock 'n' Roll (LED ZEPPELIN) (Roger on vocals, Glenn on bass)
06. Johnny B Good (Meat Loaf on vocals, Glenn on bass)
07. With A Little Help From My Friends (sung by everyone w/ Glenn on bass)

Commented Glenn: "I had a blast in Vegas working with Brian and Roger. I really enjoyed singing 'Stone Cold Crazy'. Great to play with Lukather, Vai, Bettencourt and Chadilicious, and old friends Eric Singer, Simon Phillips and Meat Loaf. Let me tell you, there was a lot of great vibes up on that stage. The show 'We Will Rock You' is a lot of fun and I think everyone should go see it. It brought a tear to my eye. The music of QUEEN is undeniably brilliant."


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