Wednesday, July 22, 2015
Bassist/vocalist Glenn Hughes will perform a pair of shows in Japan in December as part of his 2015 world tour.
Hughes will play Tokyo’s Shimokitazawa Garden on December 8 and 9.
The bassist will be joined by Revolution Saints guitarist Doug Aldrich and Swedish drummer Pontus Engborg for the dates, which will see Hughes perform highlights from his extensive career, including music from Trapeze, Deep Purple, Black Country Communion, California Breed and solo material.
Next month, Hughes and company will launch the 2015 tour in South America before playing shows across Europe from mid-September to early November.
Hughes was was most recently a part of California Breed, which he formed in 2013 with Jason Bonham – from the ashes of supergroup Black Country Communion - and guitarist Andrew Watt.
The band, which released their self-titled debut in 2014, announced their breakup in January after Bonham bailed last August due to scheduling commitments and was replaced by Queens Of The Stone Age/Eagles Of Death Metal drummer Joey Castillo.
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