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BCC may not be done just yet

It sounds like Black Country Communion (remember them? — an on and off “supergroup” of Glenn Hughes, Joe Bonamassa, Jason Bonham, and Derek Sherinian) might record another album. Bonamassa spoke recently to Lazer 103.3 radio station and said: We have quite the group chat going right now. So we’re gonna start — Glenn and I […]

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That could work

In this new interview with Blabbermouth, Doug Aldrich talks about working with the diverse vocal talents of Ronnie James Dio, David Coverdale and now Glenn Hughes — all members of the Purple family one way or another. Blabbermouth: What was the situation like when Glenn came down with COVID-19 and you had to enlist Dino […]

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The Daisies heading to the islands

The Dead Daisies have announced a short tour of Britain and Ireland coming December 2022. They are headlining a string of shows with FM and Graham Bonnet as support. Graham will be the sole support on the two Irish dates, promising an “exclusive acoustic performance”. Tickets are already on sale, further details in our calendar.

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Face Your Fear

The Dead Daisies have released another track from their upcoming album — Face Your Fear. The album, called Radiance, is going to be self-published and release date is set for September 30.

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The watchful watchdogs

Glenn Hughes and Doug Aldrich spoke to US radio 101 WRIF broadcasting out of Detroit. They spoke about bouts of COVID that went through The Daisies’ ranks, their upcoming album, the terrible Ted, Glenn playing in Detroit at the age of 5 (allegedly), and many other things.

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Glenn’s out for the count

Glenn Hughes has tested positive for COVID and will be sitting out the rest of The Dead Daisies’ European tour starting with July 26 gig in Vienne, France. The recent Whitesnake recruit Dino Jelusick will stand in for the vocal duties, and Yogi Lonich will play bass on the remaining dates. In other Daisies news, […]

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Who did it better

Vocal teacher Ken Tramplin did a Who Did It Better? series of videos comparing different singers who were in the same band at different times. Here is the episode on Ian Gillan vs. David Coverdale vs. Glenn Hughes (Rod Evans didn’t make the cut for some reason). There are some keen insights interspersed between his […]

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The Daisies radiate a single

The first single Radiance from the new yet so far nameless Dead Daisies album that is due in August 2022.

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The Daisyland is burning

Another release in the Live from Daisyland series, this time it’s Glenn & Co. take on Burn: We’re set to radiate some heat with the fourth song from our Live From Daisyland EP, the timeless Deep Purple classic ‘Burn’! A massive crowd favourite ‘Burn’ released back in 1974 became Deep Purple’s concert opener taking over […]

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Daddy’s back at work today

BraveWords reports that The Dead Daisies have been in a Los Angeles studio working on the follow-up to 2021’s Holy Ground with producer Ben Grosse. The new album is slated for release in August, with first single out some time in late May.

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