May 14, 2004

Former DEEP PURPLE/BLACK SABBATH singer Glenn Hughes will once again play the BolinFest in Clear Lake, Iowa this Summer. It will be the event's 11th year of celebrating the memory of late DEEP PURPLE guitarist Tommy Bolin. It all takes place on the weekend of Friday, July 30 and Saturday, July 31, 2004 at the legendary Surf Ballroom.

Glenn will be opening up in support of TESLA on the Friday night and will be the headliner on the Saturday night. Others on the bill so far include LIZARD (featuring Bobby Rondinelli of BLUE ÖYSTER CULT and RAINBOW fame) and VANILLA FUDGE (featuring original members Carmine Appice and Tim Bogert).

For all the latest details, please visit the Tommy Bolin Foundationweb site.


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