GLENN HUGHES: 'Monkey Man' Video Available

Legendary vocalist/bassist Glenn Hughes (DEEP PURPLE, BLACK SABBATH, TRAPEZE) has made available a video clip of the song "Monkey Man" from his latest album, "Music For The Divine", featuring co-vocals by Jimmy Barnes. It contains lots of vision that will soon be available in full on Glenn's forthcoming DVD featuring his Australian acoustic "Live at the Basement" concert and the documentary of the making of "Music For The Divine", with snippets from the summer 2006 gig in Rome, Italy that will also be featured. Go to Glenn's MySpace page to see the video.

A remix of Hughes's version of "Monkey Man" is included on the Australian version of his latest solo album, "Music for the Divine". Also featured is a cover of LED ZEPPELIN's "Misty Mountain Hop", featuring a guest appearance by ALICE IN CHANS guitarist Jerry Cantrell.


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