Glenn Hughes announce tour dates celebrating Deep Purple
The ex-Deep Purple bassist and singer Glenn Hughes announced 2023 tour dates to celebrate Deep Purple’s classics, especially the album “Burn” (1974).
He has scheduled shows in Portugal, Spain and United Kingdom, more can be announced soon. Hughes was a member of the British group from 1973 to 1976 and was part of the albums “Burn” (1974), “Stormbringer” (1974) and “Come Taste The Band” (1975).
“Celebrating Burn, recorded in 1973. You’ll be able to hear these songs live again on my tour. Exciting times. Can’t wait to see U. Full touring schedule announced soon.
It’s been a while, and it’s time. Announcing more shows, & countries touring schedule soon. Thank you so much for your messages, I have missed you & I can’t wait to see you,” Glenn Hughes said on his social networks.
At the time of it’s release, “Burn” peaked at number 3 on the United Kingdom Albums Chart and number 9 on the United States Billboard 200.
Glenn Hughes tour dates celebrating Deep Purple’s classics
- 10 – Casino Estoril – Estoril, PORTUGAL
- 11 – Coliseu Porto Ageas – Porto, PORTUGAL
- 13 – Auditorio Del Mar – Vigo, SPAIN
- 14 – Teatro Palacio Valdés – Avilés, SPAIN
- 16 – La Riviera – Madrid, SPAIN
- 17 – Razzmatazz – Barcelona, SPAIN
October (The Damn Truth as the opening act)
- 10 – Holmfirth, United Kingdom
- 12 – Southampton, United Kingdom
- 13 – Bexhill On Sea, United Kingdom
- 15 – Nottingham, United Kingdom
- 17 – Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom
- 20 – Glasgow, United Kingdom
- 21 – Wolverhampton, United Kingdom
- 23 – Bury St. Edmunds, United Kingdom
- 25 – Camden, United Kingdom
- 28 – Frome, United Kingdom
- 29 – Manchester, United Kingdom
Besides being an ex-member of Deep Purple, Hughes was recorded with Black Sabbath, Trapeze, Gary Moore, Geoff Downes, Rata Blanca, Keith Emerson, Joe Satriani, Black Country Communion, The Dead Daises and California Breed.
He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame back in 2016 as a member of Deep Purple. As a solo artist, he released 18 studio albums and 6 live records.