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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.
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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