He's been called the "Voice of Rock". His career has spanned more than four decades, having played with Deep Purple, Trapeze and Black Sabbath's Tony Iommi, in addition to establishing a highly regarded solo identity. Ladies and gentlemen: Glenn Hughes. For his first solo show in Australia, on the 17th June 2006 at famed Sydney venue The Basement, Hughes brought his unique brand of rock-funk to a new audience. This feature documents that historic event. Indeed, this is one of Britain's greatest rock singers in acoustic mode, intimate and live, and his soulful, distinctive voice is in top-notch condition throughout: he pleads, he soars, he rocks and he croons. The songs range across his career, taking in material from his solo albums like 1977's Play Me Out ('I Found A Woman'), to 2005's Soul Mover (the rousing title track, 'Last Mistake') and his newest release Music For The Divine (a passionate cover of the Moody Blues' classic 'Nights In White Satin', 'Frail'). On top of that, Hughes returns to his legendary Deep Purple days for 'This Time Around', 'You Keep On Moving', an astonishing rendition of 'Mistreated' and a duet with celebrated Aussie Rock front man Jimmy Barnes on 'Gettin' Tighter'.
Tracklisting: 1. Coast To Coast 2. I Found A Woman 3. This Time Around 4. Nights In White Satin 5. Last Mistake 6. This House 7. Frail 8. The Divine 9. This Is How I Feel 10. A Whiter Shade Of Pale 11. Mistreated 12. Soul Mover 13. Gettin' Tighter 14. You Keep On Moving