Enigmatic bassist Glenn Hughes is The Voice Of Rock. His distinctive vocal style and talented skill as a songwriter has made him one of the all-time greats. Having worked in styles as wide ranging as blues, heavy rock and acid house rave he has proved his talent over and over again. In 2016 he has been inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame for his work with Deep Purple.
Hughes had already fronted Sixties band Finders Keepers and provided vocals whilst playing bass for rock band Trapeze before he was recruited into Deep Purple in 1973 after having just lost vocalist Ian Gillan and Roger Glover on bass. Taking on some of the responsibilities of both previous members, Hughes was to prove himself with the release of the 1974 album Burn.
After the split of Deep Purple in 1976, Hughes moved to Los Angeles and released his first solo album Play Me Out the following year.
Following the time he spent on the Hughes/Thrall project with guitarist Pat Thrall, Hughes found himself invited to work on the album Face The Truth, provided the vocals for former Europe guitarist John Norum. He also reached a whole new generation of rave kids when he was brought in by the KLF for their massive single America: What Time Is Love?
These successes gave him the platform to continue pursuing his own successful solo career and has released fourteen studio albums to date.
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