Glenn Hughes Would Be Honored To Work With Toni Iommi Again

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(Classic Rock) Glenn Hughes says he'd be "honored" to work on another album with Black Sabbath's Tony Iommi. The former Deep Purple man, who briefly fronted Sabbath in the mid-80s, says he remains a close friend of Iommi's. He last featured on the guitarist's 2005 solo album Fused.

When asked at a press conference at Hellfest, France, if they could collaborate following Black Sabbath's The End Tour, Hughes says it could be possible as they "work together really well."

He adds: "Tony and I speak, or get together, every year, and we sort of look at each other and go, 'Shall we do another one?' And it's kind of like a little joke, but you never know, because we really are close friends and we really do work together really, really well." Read more here.

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