Glenn Hughes Rubbishes Claims Of Supergroup Split
Things might not be over for the supergroup of Glenn Hughes, Joe Bonamassa, Derek Sherinian and Jason Bonham.
We reported a couple of days ago that Kevin Shirley, who’s producing the as yet unnamed band’s debut album, claimed that there were problems which could scupper the whole project.
Now Glenn Hughes has rubbished this via his Twitter page, with the comment: “Don’t worry, we have made an amazin’ album. We ain’t splittin’ up.”
Following on from this Shirley has added the following on Facebook:
“OK – I have been urged to amend this – like everything on the Internet, things get twisted! I believe there is a salvage operation to rescue survivors from the downed plane. I have just had a big conversation with Glenn, who is mortified about the situation, as he has really put his heart and soul into it.
“I love Glenn. Here’s the salvage plan guys – everyone is equal. It’s that easy. Cut out the cancer that is anyone greedy, and this thing will rock. Morality rules… managers try to. I am mad, too!”