Legends will collide late this summer when Deep Purple and Judas Priest embark on a co-headlining North American tour. Produced by Live Nation, the outing will kick off August 21 in Cincinnati, OH and visit 25 cities across the U.S. and Canada before wrapping September 30 in Wheatland, California.
Major new titles coming this week from: Guy Sebastian, Chris Brown, Grace Vanderwaal, Bob Dylan (Bootleg), Roy Orbison & Royal Philharmonic Orch., Josh Groban (repack), Blake Shelton, Deep Purple (GH), Kid Rock, Maroon 5, Sam Smith and Shawn Mendes (live).
Don’t go looking for Glenn Hughes to be the changeling. He is one of the best vocalists rock music has ever had – the voice of rock – and his audience want him to be the Glenn Hughes they have grown up with and love like demons. And he is happy to deliver just what
Glenn Hughes has been part of a number of different bands and projects over his 48 years as a recording artist and, with his new solo tour, he brings music from four of those bands along with his own solo work to his fans.
Joe Lynn Turner, who spent three years singing for Deep Purple, thinks that the current members of the band are acting like children over their refusal to let any past members perform with them at their Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction.
Now that we may finally have the Chicago vs. Peter Cetera situation with induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame settled it looks like Deep Purple vs. Ritchie Blackmore may be the next fight on the card.
Glenn Hughes, nicknamed the ‘Voice of Rock’, has unveiled details of his new band that he has put together for his European and UK 2015 Solo tour. Alongside Hughes will be Pontus Engborg who has toured extensively with Hughes solo projects and ex-Whitesnake guitarist Doug Aldrich.