GLENN HUGHES returning to UK for Autumn 2015 Solo Tour
With recent announcements of live shows in South America and Europe in August, September and October, GLENN HUGHES, the legendary ‘Voice of Rock’, is extending his 2015 Solo Tour with new shows in the UK, spanning mid October into November.
Joining Hughes for his UK shows, will be DOUG ALDRICH (Revolution Saints & formerly Whitesnake, Dio) as guitar player and powerhouse Swedish drummer and longtime solo band member, PONTUS ENGBORG, rounding out the Trio.
The set will showcase highlights from Glenn's colourful career: Trapeze, Deep Purple, Black Country Communion, California Breed along with his Solo material.
Commenting on the UK dates, Hughes says:
"It's always a great pleasure for me to play in the UK. I have lived in Los Angeles most of my life, but my career started back in the UK.
I love my fans, and personally interact with them online, or at venues on my travels. There is no greater high than performing and to reach out to my fanbase.
Joining my Band on Tour, will be Doug Aldrich, former Whitesnake and Dio Guitar player. Ronnie introduced me to Doug years ago, and I felt it was time to ask Doug to Rock with me.
It's gonna be E P I C…".
Support for the tour is Jared James Nichols who recently released his debut EP Old Glory & The Wild Revival.
Mon 19 Norwich, ENGLAND - Waterfront
Tue 20 Newcastle, ENGLAND - Tyne Theatre
Thu 22 Belfast, NORTHERN IRELAND - Limelight
Fri 23 Glasgow, SCOTLAND - The Garage
Sun 25 Holmfirth, ENGLAND - Picturedrome
Mon 26 Bilston, ENGLAND - Robin 2
Wed 28 York, ENGLAND - Fibbers
Thu 29 Manchester, ENGLAND - Club Academy
Sun 01 London, ENGLAND – Electric Ballroom
The Rock Collective is a new venture from rock and festival experts who have been in the industry for over 20 years. Their previous work includes being part of the team behind High Voltage festival, which took place in Victoria Park, London in 2010 and 2011. They are also the parent company of Ramblin' Man Fair which had its first and triumphiant year in 2015 being held in Mote Park, Kent. The first ever headliners were Scorpions, Gregg Allman, Camel, Marillion, Jason & the Scorchers and Bernie Marsden with more than 35 other acts appearing over the weekend.
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