Glenn Hughes Went Undercover For Cocaine

(Rock News Desk) Glenn Hughes admits his cocaine addiction took him "to the edge of the cliff of insanity" and led him to hide in Amsterdam under an assumed name while he struggled to put his life in order.

The singer and bassist reveals the story in his biography, which he says took five years to complete because he needed that long to prepare for being fully honest.

"In the 70s and 80s I was a very notorious cocaine addict. I was one of the first rock stars to become, 'Oh, Glenn Hughes, he's a cocaine addict.'," Hughes tells FaceCulture. "I disappeared for a while in the 90s. Nobody knew where I was and I didn't tell anybody. People thought I was on a boat in the Mediterranean, but I wasn't. I was basically being another person under another name, being completely isolated and it almost killed me." more on this story

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