glennhughes2016solopromo_638Glenn Hughes, the legendary British rock singer and bassist, who is currently in the studio in LA recording a new studio album with rock supergroup Black Country Communion, has released an official statement to his fans about touring the UK later this month.

 “I’m thrilled to be coming over to tour the UK and Europe this month and February,” says Hughes. “My band will now be a four piece. On guitar is Søren Andersen, on drums Pontus Engborg, and on keyboards Jay Boe.  Song selections will be a mix from my new album Resonate, and from my well of historic songs through the decades. This tour is all about ROCK and what it means to us all, including my band, and to my fans and friends. Let’s get 2017 going with a killer night for ROCK lovers, movers and shakers. I’m in. Let’s go! See you down the front!”

 Hughes’ special guests  are Stone Broken. Tickets can be booked online from and

More info about Glenn Hughes and his tour here –

Friday 20 January                            The Riverside, Newcastle 

Saturday 21 January                        Islington Assembly Hall, London

Monday 23 January                          The Robin 2, Bilston

Tuesday 24 January                         The Garage, Glasgow 
Thursday 26 January                       Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
Friday 27 January                             O2 Academy 2, Manchester
Sunday 29 January                           Sub 89, Reading
Monday 30 January                         The Junction, Cambridge
Wednesdy 1 February                     The Church, Leeds
Thusday 2 February                        The Fleece, Bristol




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