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Glenn Hughes Streams New Song 'My Town'

10/10/2016
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Glenn Hughes

(hennemusic) Former Deep Purple icon Glenn Hughes has released a stream of his new track "My Town". The track comes from his forthcoming solo album "Resonate," which will be released on October 28th.

Hughes had the following to say about the song, "'My Town' can kind of mean something for everybody. I just feel really comfortable singing that song about where I live. Los Angeles is a make-or-break city.

"It's a town that can kill you. Like New York, you have to be ready to live on the streets and be a part of the streets. But I have been living here most of my life and this is my town." Read more and listen to the song here.

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