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Jon Lord Reissues

On September 27, 2019 earMUSIC will reissue “Gemini Suite” and “Windows” as LP and also “Sarabande” as LP and CD: Gemini Suite Gemini Suite will be available as 1LP Gatefold and is already available as a CD Digipak. TRACK LIST Guitar: Solist Albert Lee Piano: Solist Jon lord Drums: Solist Ian Paice Vocals: Solist Yvonne […]

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F**k everything and run

Another Glenn Hughes’ interview from the Stonedeaf festival, this time with TotalRock Radio. Amongst other things, he finally put to rest any Mk3 reunion aspirations he may or may not have had by stating that he will never work with Blackmore again.

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World record attempt in Oklahoma

There will be an attempt to set the new world record for the ‘largest electric guitar ensemble’ on September 20 in Oklahoma City. This will take place at 5:00pm, right before the Deep Purple show at the Firelake Arena. The event will be hosted by Steve Morse and although there’s no word on the programme, […]

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Glenn joins The Dead Daisies

It’s official: Glenn Hughes is now a member of The Dead Daisies. The Dead Daisies is a pet project of an Australian multimillionaire David Lowy — a supergroup with rotating lineup now consisting of Glenn on bass and vocals, Doug Aldrich on guitar, drummer Deen Castronovo (Journey, Ozzy Osbourne), and David Lowy himself on guitar. […]

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You are not alone

Flying Colors premiered today another track for their upcoming album Third Degree.

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That little voice in his head

Glenn Hughes sat down to chat with Midland Metalheads (digging up his thickest accent), ahead of his performance at the Stonedeaf Festival on August 24. He tells the story of him joining Purple, and also mentions that Black Country Communion have January 2021 earmarked to record another album and that another one of his projects […]

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Failing to fulfill

Glenn Hughes’ South American tour appears to have been cancelled, blaming squarely the local promoters: Due to the South American Promoter failing to fulfill the required contractual obligations, Glenn Hughes will not be touring South America this September/October. Glenn’s management has been unsuccessful in reaching any solution with the Promoter and has reluctantly decided that […]

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Third degree release details

The third studio album of Flying Colors — aptly named Third degree — will be released on October 4, 2019, via Music Theory Recordings / Mascot Label Group. The first sessions for Third Degree took place at Steve Morse’s studio in Florida in December 2016, wherein seven songs were written. From there, the bandmembers had […]

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Must’ve been some friends of ours

An excerpt from Rod Stewart’s biography: On top oft he graffiti and the disruption, relations between the Faces and their hoteliers were not improved by our habit of inviting the entire audience back to our hotel after the show. I would issue the invitation from the stage, telling everyone where we were staying and what […]

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Hang me out to dry

Another clip from the upcoming Ian Gillan’s release Contractual Obligation has been posted by the record company.

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