New documentary will also premiere that evening
By David Sands
February 16, 1976
All eyes will be on Glenn Hughes at the Cafe de Paris in London on Feb. 25. The former Deep Purple bassist and vocalist, who’s also known as The Voice of Rock, will be participating in a special storyteller event that evening that will include the world premiere of a new documentary exploring his storied life and career.
The 60-minute film will feature never-before-seen archival footage of Glenn from the 1970s. After the documentary, Glenn will engage in a two-hour storytelling session hosted by Nicky Horne of Vintage TV’s Friday Night Rock Show. Fans can expect him to talk about career highlights as well as some of the more infamous events of his life.
VIP ticket holders will also get an exclusive signed CD and have an opportunity to chat with Glenn.
Inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of fame with Deep Purple in 2016, Hughes has had a remarkable music career that’s spanned more than 40 years. In addition to his work with Deep Purple, he’s also performed with Trapeze, Black Sabbath, Hughes/Thrall, Black Country Communion and California Breed. His rocky romance with the rock-and-roll lifestyle has at times involved struggles with crack addiction and cocaine psychosis, but in recent decades he’s turned his life around and rebuilt a successful solo career.
Hughes is currently touring Europe in support of his newest album Resonate.
The Glenn Hughes Storyteller Session, will take place at London’s Cafe de Paris from noon to 4pm on February 25. Tickets are available via Eventbrite.
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