HUGHES TURNER PROJECT: European Tour Dates Announced

HUGHES TURNER PROJECT (HTP), the collaboration between former DEEP PURPLE/BLACK SABBATH vocalist Glenn Hughes and ex-RAINBOW/DEEP PURPLE singer Joe Lynn Turner, have announced the details of their upcoming European tour in support of their recently released sophomore album, "II" (MTM Music).

Confirmed dates are as follows:

Mar. 04 – Barcelona, SPA @ Bikini
Mar. 05 – Madrid, SPA @ Macumba
Mar. 06 – Pamplona, SPA @ Gares
Mar. 08 – Bergamo, ITA @ Motion
Mar. 09 – Ingolstadt, GER @ Ohrakel
Mar. 11 – Pratteln, SWI @ Z7
Mar. 12 – Graz, AUT @ Orpheum
Mar. 13 – Wien, AUT @ Planet Music
Mar. 14 – Salzburg, AUT @ Rockhouse
Mar. 16 – Budapest, HUN @ Wigwam
Mar. 17 – Nitra, SK @ PKO
Mar. 18 – Liberec, CZR @ TBA
Mar. 21 – Bochum, GER @ Zeche
Mar. 26 – Eskilstuna, SWE @ Blå
Mar. 27 – Gothenburg, SWE @ Stora Teatern
Mar. 28 – Stockholm, SWE @ Klubben
Mar. 30 – Helsinki, FIN @ Nosturi

Additional shows in Turkey, Greece, Norway, and the U.K. will be announced soon.


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