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Orange turns purple

Orange Amplifiers is launching the Glenn Hughes Signature Crush Bass 50 amp. This model of the amp was originally released in 2016 in 25- 50- and 100 watts lineup. Apart from the purple trim, the signature model does not appear to have any significant modifications from the stock amp.

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Richard the Difficult

Glenn Hughes spoke to a Michigan based radio station WMPA, promoting Dead Daisies live dates, and talking about his Blackmore experience, among other things. When I joined the band, the first weekend I joined the band, we flew to Hamburg together and had a boys weekend. We sat on a bar stool and had a […]

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Static gotta make your pledge

Watch Glenn Hughes’ live debut with The Dead Daisies. Recorded yesterday, Wednesday, June 23, at the Boca Black Box in Boca Raton, Florida.

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He’s got two or three

Glenn Hughes spoke to the Ohio Music Experience promoting the two upcoming Dead Daisies gigs in the area. Ohio Music Experience: Thank you for taking the time this evening to speak with us. What have you been doing throughout all this? Hughes: Like most of us, I’ve been home, as you can imagine. And I’ve […]

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Ronnie James Dio birthday livestream

Glenn Hughes, Tony Iommi, Carmine and Vinny Appice, and many, many others will be taking part in a virtual Ronnie James Dio birthday bash on July 10, 2021. This global livestream fundraising event is organized by the Stand Up And Shout Cancer Fund and hosted by Rolling Live Studios. It will start at 2PM Pacific […]

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Music for the treadmill

Glenn Hughes and Doug Aldrich were guests on Rock Solid podcast episode 561 last Saturday, April 22, promoting the last Dead Daisies’ album and the eventually upcoming tour. Meanwhile, The Daisies have announced a handful of dates booked for the end of June / early July this year. It’s just a short US tour in […]

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A lot of danger

Glenn Hughes spoke to Kiki Classic Rock some time earlier this year. He reminisced about joining Deep Purple, performing at the California Jam, meeting a 9 year old Lars Ulrich before the 1973 show in Copenhagen, the infamous Mark 4 visit to Indonesia, Black Country Communion, the then upcoming Dead Daisies new album, and a […]

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Roger the romantic

A little lull in the news is interrupted by an interview we’ve missed when it came out in September issue of the Goldmine magazine. Ian & Ian talk to Martin Popoff. The freshly released Whoosh was obviously discussed at lengths, as well as this bit on In Rock: GM: To take you back 50 years […]

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Holy Ground in the charts

The recent Dead Daisies release — and their first with Glenn Hughes — charted quite respectably around the globe.

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Unresolved issues

Glenn Hughes was the guest on That Jamieson Show (on the air January 19), promoting the latest Dead Daisies release. For reasons better known to himself, the host decided to ask a question the answer to which seems plainly obvious to everybody who’s been following the matter. DJ: [Suppose] you get a phone call, and […]

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