Wednesday marked a very special day in Glenn Hughes' life. The Deep Purple singer shared on social media that he was celebrating his 25th year of sobriety.
"G'mornin everyone ☀️ so full of gratitude, for these past 25 years of clean & sober living," he shared on Twitter. "I give thx each & every morning, for another day on planet earth. sending love to my sober brothers & sisters, and more importantly to those who are still suffering," adding, "#loveistheanswer💜."
In the post, Hughes, who was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2016 with Deep Purple, shared a tally of what that 25 years breaks down to: 300 months, or 9,132 days, or 219,150 hours of sobriety.
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