GLENN HUGHES Sets Title For Upcoming Solo CD

Former DEEP PURPLE/BLACK SABBATH singer GLENN HUGHES has set "Songs In The Key Of Rock" as the title for his upcoming solo album, tentatively due in May in Japan and early June in Europe.

"[I] got halfway through the new album and was stricken with a horrid cold over the last week, so I will resume work later this week and will be handing in the mastered CD at the end of the month to my record companies: Pony Canyon in Japan and Frontiers in Europe," Hughes said in a posting on his official web site. " 'Songs in the Key of Rock' was written with a 70's vintage frame of mind. I surrounded myself with 70's stuff: 70's clothes, 70's everything, and I found myself back in 1973. The sounds you will be hearing and the songs are trippy and hard and greased up rock. You can serve this one up nice and hot on the summer barbecue."


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