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Glenn Hughes

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Behind The Scene With Colleen: Glenn Hughes and Doug Aldrich of The Dead Daisies

Behind The Scene with Colleen

Colleen talks with Glenn Hughes and Doug Aldrich of The Dead Daisies ahead of their show at The State Theater this Sunday!


9 Sep 2022

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Ep. 201 - Glenn Hughes & Doug Aldrich of The Dead Daisies (Radiance)

The Rock Experience with Mike Brunn

Glenn & Doug join me to discuss their forthcoming album, Radiance plus their upcoming US tour, Doug auditioning for KISS, writing songs together, choosing the setlist and much more!!


29 Aug 2022

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Glenn Hughes / Doug Aldrich of THE DEAD DAISIES - 8.23.2022

Sean Patrick Chats

Chatting with Rock n Roll Hall Of Famer Glenn Hughes and Doug Aldrich of The Dead Daisies about their upcoming show in New Jersey, the new record Radiance, history of the band, touring, technical difficulties, and more! 


24 Aug 2022

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Talkin' Rock with Megadeth's Dave Mustaine and Glenn Hughes and Doug Aldrich from The Dead Daisies

Talkin' Rock With Meltdown Podcast

Dave Mustaine from Megadeth starts us out today. The new album, The Sick, The Dying...and the Dead drops on September 2nd. We talk about the record, and the circumstances making it. He tells me how Ice T ended up on a track, finding great guitarists, and the pressure of making this album. He also talks about playing Woodstock '99 and former drummer Chuck Behler.  Then, Glenn Hughes and Doug Aldrich of the Dead Daisies were nice enough to jump on with me to discuss their upcoming album, Radiance. They've released three songs already, as we talked about the writing process of the record, if the pandemic played into it and more. Glenn gives us a health update, as he recently fought off Covid himself and was forced to miss some tour dates. Doug hoped on a few minutes after we started, but also talked about the album, working with Blackie Lawless from W.A.S.P. (sort of) and playing with a legend like Glenn. There are some local Detroit ties to the band, which we also discussed.  Enjoy! -Meltdown- https://megadeth.com/the-sick-the-dying-and-the-dead/ https://thedeaddaisies.com/ https://wrif.com/podcasts/talkin-rock-with-meltdown/


16 Aug 2022

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Glenn Hughes' album 'First Underground Nuclear Kitchen' revisited!

Steve Swift's Rambling Reviews

Overlooked gem...


29 Jan 2022

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Glenn Hughes & Robin George 'Sweet Revenge' album revisited!

Steve Swift's Rambling Reviews

A corker. Of it's time. But which time?


20 Jan 2022

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Tony Iommi and Glenn Hughes album 'Fused' revisited!

Steve Swift's Rambling Reviews

An overlooked gem?


19 Jan 2022

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Glenn Hughes on Holy Ground, Letting Go of Fear, and a 2022 Dead Daisies Album

Kyle Meredith With...

Glenn Hughes drops a line into Kyle Meredith With to discuss Holy Ground, his new album with The Dead Daisies. The former Deep Purple/Black Sabbath singer talks about what it's been like playing live shows post-lockdown, joining The Dead Daisies supergroup in 2019, and bringing a '70s feel to their catalog. Hughes then goes into singing about letting go of fear and the things we can’t control, overcoming addiction, and covering "30 Days in the Hole." What's more, he gives us a big tip that The Dead Daises are already completing another new album to be released next year. Make sure to subscribe to KMW wherever you get your podcasts, and follow the Consequence Podcast Network to keep getting updates on all our series. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy


15 Sep 2021

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Episode #122 - Glenn Hughes - Play Me Out (Bonus Tracks)

The Deep Purple Podcast

The Deep Purple Podcast Show Notes Episode #122 August 16, 2021 Glenn Hughes - Play Me Out (Bonus Tracks) Subscribe at Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Overcast, Pocket Casts, Anchor.fm, Breaker,  PodBean, RadioPublic, Amazon Music, or search in your favorite podcatcher!  How To Support Our Show: Leave us a 5-Star Review on Apple Podcasts Buy Merch at Our Etsy Store! Become a Patron on Patreon Donate on Paypal (Donate one time or click “make this a monthly donation” box) Welcoming Our Newest Patron(s): Patron Upgrade: Richard Fusey - $7 Thanks to Our Executive Level Patrons: Patron Updates: Thank you to Simon Ford for the recent mug purchase! Social Media Update: Deep Dive Podcast Network Apple Podcasts Reviews 2021-08-02 Jas (only available nickname( United Arab Emirates 5 Stars! Lead up to the Album: Episode #27 - Glenn Hughes - Play Me Out Thanks to Our Core Level Patrons: Bonus Tracks: Smile Getting Near To You Recorded at Axis Sound, Atlanta, March 1978 Fools Condition Recorded at Axis Sound, Atlanta, March 1978 Take Me With You Recorded on DAT at Glenn Hughes’ home studio, 1994 She Knows Recorded on DAT at Glenn Hughes’ home studio, 1994 Thanks To Our Foundation Level Patrons: Reception and Review For Further Information: https://www.discogs.com/Glenn-Hughes-Play-Me-Out-2CD-Edition/release/10356525 Glenn Hughes The Autobiography: From Deep Purple to Black Country Communion by Glenn Hughes Listener Mail/Comments Comments about the show? Things you’d like us to cover?  We’d love to hear from you. Send us an email at  info@deeppurplepodcast.com or @ us on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.

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16 Aug 2021

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Glenn Hughes--Artist of the Decade

Well Disguised

Glenn Hughes--bassist, singer, rocker, Hall of Famer, soul man, and cool guy--got some of the attention he deserved in 2016 when he was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame along with other members of Deep Purple. But that overshadows what I consider to be his real accomplishment...no one had a better decade from 2010-2019 than Glenn Hughes. With Black Country Communion, California Breed, and the awesome solo record "Resonate" Glenn was the most powerful force in rock as he entered his 60s. Listen as I explain why.


10 Aug 2021