At the Cafe de Paris in London on Saturday 25th February Glenn Hughes will be holding court for a very special Storytellers event taking place from noon until 4 PM.
The former Deep Purple, Black Sabbath, Trapeze and current Black Country Communion vocalist and bass player will espouse on his colourful career in music as part of a two-hour live interview with Vintage Television’s Friday Night Rock Show host, Nicky Horne in front of a strictly limited audience of 200, ensuring it’s an up-close-and-personal event.
Prior to the Storytellers interview there will be the world premiere of a new sixty minute documentary on Hughes, featuring never-before-seen classic archival material from the 70s.
Tickets can be booked online from eventbrite.com and glennhughes.com with reserved seating priced at £30 and balcony tickets £20. For those opting for £55 VIP tickets, the evening will end with a private audience with Glenn who will be signing an exclusive CD and answering further questions.