GLENN HUGHES Talks RONNIE JAMES DIO, BLACK COUNTRY COMMUNION, 'Re-Machined' CD (Video)

Eric Blair of "The Blairing Out With Eric Blair Show" conducted an interview with legendary vocalist/bassist Glenn Hughes (DEEP PURPLE, TRAPEZE, BLACK SABBATH, BLACK COUNTRY COMMUNION) at the Ronnie James Dio Stand Up And Shout Cancer Fund's second awards gala, which was held last night (Wednesday, October 31) at the Avalon nightclub in Hollywood, California. You can watch video footage of the chat below.

Hughes joined surviving HEAVEN & HELL members Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler and Vinny Appice when they played a very special tribute to their fallen bandmate, Ronnie James Dio, on July 24, 2010 at the High Voltage festival at Victoria Park in London, England. Also appearing with the musicians was Norwegian vocalist Jorn Lande, who sings for power metallers MASTERPLAN and released his own tribute to Ronnie.

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