Glenn Hughes Knows How to… Let it Shine!

Glenn Hughes has released his second single ‘Let It Shine’ on YouTube, taken from his forthcoming album Resonate released on Friday 4th November by Frontiers Music Srl.

Featuring Hughes on vocals and bass with his regular band of Soren Andersen (guitar) and Pontus Enborg (drums), plus new keyboard player Lachy Doley, ‘Let It Shine’ follows on his first single, previously previewed at Ramzine, ‘Heavy’.

 With the Resonate album’s release date set to coincide with Hughes’ UK tour it is unfortunate that special guests Living Colour have decided to pull off the tour, since their blend of funk and rock would have been highly compatible with the former Deep Purple member’s own work. Fortunately, Hughes and his fans can continue to wear and smile on their faces and let it shine themselves as a spokesperson from Hughes’ management has revealed that: “Up and comers Stone Broken have been added to the bill,” a Midlands band who’ve been gathering quite their own following this last year.

As for the headline act, “Glenn promises a magical night of rock with tracks spanning his entire career alongside some brand new tracks from his album Resonate.” Management plug over, let’s look forward to the tour!

Glenn Hughes November 2016 UK Tour with special guests Stone Broken

Leamington Spa Assembly: Tuesday 8 November

Wolverhampton Wulfrun Hall: Wednesday 9 November

Newcastle Riverside: Friday 11 November

Hard Rock Hell: Saturday 12 November

Nottingham Rescue Rooms: Monday 14 November

Glasgow O2 ABC: Tuesday 15 November

Manchester O2 Ritz: Thursday 17 November

Cambridge Junction: Saturday 19 November

London O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire: Sunday 20 November

Paul H Birch
RAMzine Senior Writer - Writer of fiction, faction and fact, has edited several newsstand magazines. He declares himself a hack for hire but refuses to compromise on the subject of music.

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