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Glenn Hughes' rendition of 'Roxanne' soars to the Top 30 on US Radio Charts
"Roxanne" has soared up the charts to #26 on US Classic Rock music charts. The record was recently released to US radio with rave reviews by program directors.
By: AWJ Platinum PR
The record was recently released to US radio with rave reviews by program directors. The record is featured on the upcoming all-star album release "Set Them Free."
Glenn Hughes recorded "Roxanne" with famed UK music producer, Gary Miller, who is also founder of the non-profit Rock Against Trafficking Project. Rock Against Trafficking was featured in Billboard Magazine with the announcement of the all-star CD release entitled "Set Them Free" featuring select stars performing their original versions of their favorite Sting song with proceeds to benefit the nonprofit.
As a singer, bassist, and songwriter, Glenn Hughes is a living, breathing embodiment of British rock. Starting out with the beat combo Finders Keepers, he formed acclaimed funk-rock band Trapeze, then joined Deep Purple at their commercial peak. Hughes played on three Purple albums, including the classic "Burn." When Deep Purple split up, Hughes embarked on a series of solo albums, collaborations, and a time fronting Black Sabbath. Glenn Hughes is a true original whose music blends hard rock, soul, and funk.
Hughes is on a current radio campaign for his new hit release, "Roxanne," doing interviews with rock stations across the USA and the world.
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