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An avid practice man

Glenn Hughes and Doug Aldrich appeared on a podcast called In the Trenches with Ryan Roxie (Ryan himself is of guitar player for Alice Cooper fame). An hour long chat included an interview and Q&A with the fans.

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Fox locked up in a hen-house

Tony Iommi was interviewed recently by Eddie Trunk. The interview appeared in his Sirius XM show and later was posted as a podcast. Amid promoting Iommi’s latest venture (which is a fragrance of all things), the conversation turned onto Born Again. ‘Born Again,’ we talked about in the past, you always said you wanted to […]

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Pandemic strikes The Daisies again.

The Dead Daisies have announced that the ill fated European tour, already postponed several times, have now been postponed again due to the new round of pandemic restrictions. With the latest state of play concerning Covid 19 and how it is escalating travel, border and venue restrictions, we have had to look again at the […]

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It all started in his mum and dad’s kitchen

Glenn Hughes comments on 9 of his favourite songs for a feature in Louder Sound: Trapeze – Medusa I distinctly remember writing this song in my mother and father’s kitchen. Little did I know what an amazing impact it would have on my life as well as the lives of many others around the globe. […]

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Riding down low

Glenn Hughes got himself new favourite bass guitars — he is now playing instruments from a British company called Ashdown. Two models in particular caught his attention: The Low Rider and a P-style The Arc (pictured above). He first spotted these basses at the 2020 NAMM, and they made their live debut at the Dead […]

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From DD to BCC

Glenn Hughes was interviewed recently by Lokaos Rock Show out of Brazil. Here he went on record to admit that he considers The Dead Daisies a side project for him, with eventual return to his solo career. Another Black Country Communion album may also be in the books.

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Between Black Country and West Coast

The Dead Daisies have successfully made it across the pond and are now touring the UK. Maximum Volume Music has a positively glowing review of the tour opening gig at the O2 Institute in Birmingham on October 30. Of course, if the support band is that good, then the main band has got to be […]

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Shoveling snow in Staffordshire

Metro UK e-paper has an interview with Glenn Hughes in their Lifestyle section. It covers an angle of Glenn’s life that probably hasn’t been covered before — his experience as a homeowner. When did you buy your first home? The first home I bought was in Penkridge, Staffordshire in 1971. It’s a very beautiful area […]

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Advice on clean and sober living

Glenn Hughes and Doug Aldrich were interviewed on the Chuck Shute podcast. They spoke about Dead Daisies, David Coverdale, football and football, the Transformers, Keith Moon, Glenn’s addiction, saving the dolphins, and many other things.

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On the greatest authority

In an interview to Geoff Barton of Classic Rock, Glenn Hughes recalls his days of blow and hookers more blow. With champagne on top. And a little seance in between. “I was loaded on coke and the champagne was flowing. But I’ve never smoked a lot of pot, so my memories of those times are […]

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