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Switching off from the outside world

Glenn Hughes, Dead Daisies sessions Nov 2019

Glenn Hughes is in the studio right now with the Dead Daisies. They have started publishing a recording diary with photos of making music, cooking and doing the dishes.

As November starts to kick in, so does the new era for The Dead Daisies. Over the first weekend of the month, Doug, David, Deen and Glenn arrived in the South of France from various ports to begin the creative process which will lead to a brand new collection of future classics.

While the majority of Europe start to prepare for winter, as the leaves fall off the trees, this part of France (Saint-Rémy de Provence) still draws a little warmth from the sun. The location of La Fabrique studios, an amazing residential recording studio in an old, 19th century farm will be home for the band over the coming days.

The studio is right in the middle of one of the most impressive classical music collections in the world with over 200,000 vinyls, 30,000 films and thousands of books, so there is an abundance of material to inspire the band as they make their creative journey in the coming weeks.

Continue reading at TheDeadDaisies.com

Thanks to Yvonne for the info.

4 Comments to “Switching off from the outside world”:

  1. 1
    Moreblack says:

    Yeah great

  2. 2
    Yvonne says:

    You can also follow the band with more photos and some sound snippets on this website:


  3. 3
    Pearse says:

    Browsing the web looking for o Deep purple in rock sweatshirt and came upon this site . Handy to know if it’s existence

  4. 4
    RB says:

    Purple are obviously my favourite band and Glenn is a great singer (except when he over-sings), but I must admit to being upset that John Corabi was leaving the Daisies, he has a great voice and I can’t help feeling that Glenn won’t be a particularly good fit. The one song I heard was underwhelming, but I still hope that it will be a great rock album and not sound like something Glenn might’ve recorded as a solo artist.

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