Following his fellow musicians, former Deep Purple singer/bassist Glenn Hughes is going solo. And for the sake of his next album, the veteran rocker reportedly has tapped Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist John Frusciante and drummer Chad Smith.
About his album Hughes revealed 12 of the 25 songs he has written would make it onto the album, which will be the "most varied" record of his career. "It's funk, rock, soul, and pop all mixed together in a big soup," he said.
The album, which has yet given a title, will start its recording January next year and is expected for May release date. As of RHCP, the band due to release their own album in the spring.