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Live from Daisyland


The Dead Daisies released a new digital single — live version of Rise Up, which originally appeared on their 2018 album Burn It Down, before Glenn joined the band.

Three more tracks are promised to follow:

A New Year – A LIVE release… just for you guys!

Over the festive break, we’ve been listening through some of the recordings from our Like No Other US & England/Wales tour and four killer versions of the band’s favourites stood out. ‘Rise Up’, ‘Bustle And Flow’, ‘Long Way To Go’ and an extended fiery version of the Deep Purple classic ‘Burn’. Our amazing Sound Engineer, Tommy Dimitroff recorded these tracks at Rock City in Nottingham, UK to a monstrous crowd who really fired us up! A rockin’ night was had by all!

So for those of you who weren’t able to come and hang with us at a live show last year, or for those who did, we’re going to release all these songs over the next few months digitally.

Here’s ‘Rise Up’ (Live From Daisyland)! It’ll almost make you feel like you were there! Turn It up and check out the video with some epic footage from the tour as well!

Thanks to BraveWords for the info.

4 Comments to “Live from Daisyland”:

  1. 1
    Uwe Hornung says:

    Say what you will about Herr Hughes, but he sure leaves an imprint on anything he does. The unshrunk violet.

  2. 2
    Fernando Azevedo says:

    Great band

  3. 3
    sidroman says:

    As much as I like the current Deep Purple, Glenn Hughes is the best in the DP family bar none. His singing and bass playing is incredible, and I’m not slagging the current DP or Whitesnake. He should open for other established acts. Judas Priest would be a great bill but with Priest’s current problems revertting to a 4 piece, I think Glenn would blow them off the stage. Just my 2 cents.

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    Uwe Hornung says:

    Priest’s – meanwhile discarded by popular demand – crackpot idea of touring with just one guitarist was about as sensible as DP deciding to drop the keyboard position. Halford has taken the blame, but given that he has been with the band for 50 years, I can’t believe that it can escaped him that a one-guitar Judas priest would be as crippled as a one-guitar Wishbone Ash, Allman Brothers, Thin Lizzy or Iron Maiden. It’s absolutely baffling to even have that idea, let alone wish to implement it.

    It’s amazing how well Glenn Hughes’ voice has held up. If anything, I find his vocals today even better than in the 70ies because his voice has gained some baritone power over the decades while his falsetto is undiminished. And his bass-playing has become even more no-hold-barred too.

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