Very GOOD news. Tickets secured for Boerderij Zoetermeer. Looking forward to it. Especially with super-drummer Ash Sheehan. That guy is so good
The original FTT album on vinyl is expensive. Around € 80,— for a VG copy.
You can get the CD much cheaper: for around € 10,00.
It’s worth it (both lp and cd). Very good Glenn singing on this album
Nice that there will be added extra dates. Personally I hope for the Boerderij in Zoetermeer (Netherlands). A great venue, where Glenn played many sold out shows. I hope that they will come there again coming tour
BCC V and solo album: great news for 2024! Bring it on
Glenn is recording with BCC in studio, since a few days. Derek Sherinian told this on his Facebook page. BCC V is being recorded! Great. Hope they will do a tour next year
The album is being recorded in the Sunset Sound Studio, Studio 2, with again Kevin Shirley as the producer
JJ would be great. He is my favourite Glenn guitarplayer in Glenn’s solo career. Excellent in the Fender stratocaster Blackmore style. Bring on JJ Marsh
The two new songs (previously unreleased) seem to be Glenn Hughes songs (they are from the last recordings sessions, the press statement says).
The two songs are: The Healer and Let It Set You Free (sounds like Glenn song titles to me).
Hope these last two Glenn songs for the Daisies are great tunes
On june 2nd there will be some more Glenn and Dead Daisies: release of Best Of Dead Daisies album on vinyl and 2CD. With some Glenn songs on it and 2 previously unreleased bonus songs (don’t know if the bonus songs are with Glenn).
For fans of the Daisies plus Glenn this is a nice bonus
Lesser known stuff would also be Burn songs like Lay Down Stay Down, What’s Going On Here and A 200.
I thought that this was the intention, to play the whole Burn album live
What I was hoping for this tour was that Glenn and his band would play the complete Burn album, including lesser known classics as Lay Down Stay Down, What’s Going On Here and A 200. Maybe later in the tour?
It’s a great band with oustanding Ash Sheehan on drums
It is too good to be real: must be April Fools
According to a magazine called Rock & Thunder there will be in February 2024 in the Royal Albert Hall a live performance of Roger Glover’s Butterfly Ball.
It is, according to a German Deep Purple fan site, confirmed by Roger Glover.
Lot’s of very famous musicians are contributing with Roger Glover to this concert: Steve Winwood, Pete York, Pete Townshend, Paul McCartney, Pink, David Gilmour, Ian Gillan and of course Glenn Hughes.
Together with the London Symfony Orchestra, conducting by Paul Mann.
Titel of the event: “Butterfly Ball-the 50th Anniversary, Celebrating Ronnie James Dio and Eddie Harding”
Seriously - imagine: One night Puprle show and the other Sabbath/Iommi set... how cool would that be?
I would go both nights, for sure. But a tour with Glenn and Iommi himself, playing the whole Seventh Star album would be the best
Why are the European tour dates coming so slowly? Is Glenn teasing us fans or is the tour still shaping up?
I’m hardly can wait for Dutch, Belgium or German tourdates
Here is my solo list:
1. The boy can play the blues
2. Shake the ground
3. Big time
4. Coffee and vanilla
5. Talk about it
6. The way it is
8. Stoned in the temple
9. Take you down
11. Soul Mover
12. Steppin on
13. My town
15. Let it shine.
Favourite albums: Blues, Feel, The way it is and Resonate
Also including Hughes Thrall, John Norum, HTP, Iommi, Calfornia Breed and BCC?
Ian Paice is the best ever, but Ash Sheehan is very close to his style and it fits well to the Purple songs
Glenn said Burn tour 2023-2024 I believe. So I think Daisies is definately done.
BCC: for me only the first two albums are very good. BCC V nice: but better a new solo album with Ash Sheehan as drummer (that guy is good)
Personally I think Glenn’s time with the Daisies is over. The sound of this band is too limited for his talents and diverse styles of music.
What’s next: For sure there will be BCC V (Glenn has already tweeted about this). Maybe a few tourdates after the album (as Joe is too busy with his solo tours).
In the Fall we will probably get an extended Burn Anniversary tour. I hope he will play the whole album live including gems like Lay Down Stay Down and What’s Going On Here. Looking forward to it