Glenn Hughes is an English bass player and vocalist from Cannock, Staffordshire. Starting his music career in 1967, as a member of the bands Finders Keepers and Trapeze. In 1973 he joined Deep Purple, before starting a solo career in 1976 when the band disbanded.
He released his debut solo album, ‘Play Me Out’ in 1977. In 1982 he formed Hughes/Thrall and released one self-titled album, before embarking on a career as a session musician.
He reignited his solo career in 1992, releasing ‘L.A. Blues Authority Volume II: Glenn Hughes – Blues’. He has released a further 13 albums, the latest being ‘Resonate’, in November 2016.
From 2009 he fronted the supergroup Black Country Communion until 2013, when he became a member of California Breed until their split in 2015.
Glenn Hughes has now confirmed a Classic Deep Purple live tour for October 2018. Prior to the tour, Hughes will perform Deep Purple anthems as part of his co-headlining set at this summer's Steelhouse festival. Catch him by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.