Glenn räumt einige Nicht-Fakten bei Wikipedia auf
keep the freak flag flying!
“Joe and I have never, ever fallen out. Joe and I had dinner recently and we had a good long talk about how much we really loved working with each other and what a fun band it was. Joseph had done really well for himself as a solo artist. He plays around 200 shows a year and has a nice thing going for himself. But back then with Black Country Communion it was quite sad that we couldn’t tour as much and that the band just sort of broke up,” he said.
Glenn sagt in diesem Interview, dass er kein Nostalgiker wäre. Er lebt natürlich im Hier und Heute und nutzt eifrig die Social Media. Wenn man aber bedenkt, dass er praktisch in fast jedem Interview über Trapeze und Purple spricht, dann merkt man doch, dass das auch für ihn ganz spezielle erinnerungswürdige Zeiten waren.
"You have to warmup your voice and get the chords moving."
Lass das mal den Gillan hören
The sober lifestyle that he has enjoyed for a number of years now has given Hughes the ability – and the time – to have a closer relationship with his fans, and it’s one that he also sees feeding back into his work artistically.
“I’m not the man I used to be. I was over-served at the bar back in the day and now, I’ve got a little bit more time to have to do that,” he says.