Video footage of legendary bassist/vocalist Glenn Hughes (DEEP PURPLE, BLACK SABBATH) performing the song "Don't Let Me Bleed" live at the Whisky a Go Go this past June with a backing band that includes Chad Smith (RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS) has been posted on YouTube. Watch the clip below.
According to GHPG.net, legendary vocalist/bassist Glenn Hughes' (ex-DEEP PURPLE, BLACK SABBATH) long-awaited "Live in Australia" DVD is nearing release. There has been a provisional date of September 1 set for most territories except in Europe, where it's expected in early October. Included on the DVD are live performances from last year's acoustic gigs in both Sydney and Melbourne, plus more live footage featuring Chad Smith (RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS drummer) at the Rome show last July, as well as the "Making of Music For The Divine" documentary and behind-the-scenes "tour diaries," plus three of the recent full-length "Music for the Divine" videos.
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