Bassist/Vocalist GLENN HUGHES To Release 2-CD Set ‘Live In Wolverhampton’

Ex-vocalist/bassist of Deep Purple (1973-1976), Glen Hughes, will be releasing a 2-CD set, Live In Wolverhampton, n February 12 via earMusic/Armoury Records. Recorded

DEVICE Album to Feature Duet with LZZY HALE and DAVID DRAIMAN and Guest Appearances by Geezer Butler, Tom Morello, Glenn Hughes, and More

              Device, a band let by Disturbed frontman David Draiman, will soon be releasing a self-titled

DEEP PURPLE to Reissue ‘Live In Paris 1975’ as Double CD

Deep Purple will be reissuing 10 of their classic albums through the new year.  The band had also announced a new album

GLENN HUGHES and JOE BONAMASSA On Speaking Terms Again

Glenn Hughes says he and Joe Bonamassa are on speaking terms after the fall out that derailed the launch of latest Black

JOE BONAMASSA Isn’t Going To be Bullied Into Touring

According to EddieTrunk.com, Sterling Whitaker of Ultimate Classic Rock spoke with guitarist Joe Bonamassa about the band’s new album, Afterglow, his public feud with Glenn Hughes

RONNIE JAMES DIO Second Awards Gala Set for Halloween Night

  The Ronnie James Dio Stand Up and Shout Cancer Fund’s second Awards Gala, set for Halloween night, Wednesday, October 31 at

Bonamassa’s Manager Taking the Heat For Canceled Show in January with Black Country Communion

If you don’t already know, Black Country Communion’s upcoming album, Afterglow, will be their last.  There’s been some verbal jabs between guitarist

Is This the End of BLACK COUNTRY COMMUNION?

Black Country Communion’s vocalist/bassist Glenn Hughes told ABC News Radio that the band’s third studio album, Afterglow may be their last. “This may be the [band’s]

BLACK COUNTRY COMMUNION To Release New Album on October 30th

Glenn Hughes has tweeted that Black Country Communion’s third album is set of worldwide release on October 30th. Black Country Communion is

IAN GILLAN & TONY IOMMI of WhoCares to Release 2-CD Set Of New Music, Classics And Rarities

Reuniting for the first time since their collaboration on Black Sabbath’s 1983 Born Again album, Deep Purple´s Ian Gillan and Black Sabbath’s Tony Iommi

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