Glenn Hughes, the man behind some of the 70’s and arguably some of rock’s biggest bands will be under the microscope with Nicky Horne and Vintage TV’s Friday Rock Show at this one-of-a-kind event. The exclusive airing of a new 60 minute documentary, featuring never-before-seen classic archival vision of Glenn from the 70’s will be followed by a two hour storytelling session hosted by the aforementioned Nicky Horne. Here, Glenn will delve into some of the great and even infamous events in his life to date.
This is an absolute bucket-list moment for any Glenn Hughes fans which will be held at London’s historic Cafe de Paris from 12 noon to 4pm on Saturday the 25th of February. An exciting up-close-and-personal event and the world premiere of this rare film is not to be missed by any Hughes aficionados!
For VIP ticket holders, the evening will conclude with a private audience with Glenn who will be signing an exclusive CD and answering questions about his colourful career in music, not that anything won’t already have been covered!
Tickets are strictly limited to 200. The VIP package detailed above comes to £55, standing tickets are set at £30, I would strongly advise the balcony tickets, however, at £20 because that’s a long time to stand up, even for such a legend as Glenn! All tickets can be bought here.
Currently Glenn Hughes is riding the crest of his popular new album Resonate. Lead single “Heavy” can be viewed below. I am certain that this new era of his career will be covered at his storyteller event. If not, you lucky ducks with VIP packages can get an earful of it after the main event.
Resonate is out now on Frontier Records