Here's the strange story behind this song.
A little history from an old man, if you don't mind.
Glenn Hughes started out as a kid, playing guitar, then changed to bass. But he always sang. He started a band called Trapeze and during the early 70's played in south Texas, mostly around Houston, every year.
Black Sabbath fired Ozzy Osbourne and briefly considered Hughes. But he had too much soul in his voice with that expressive vibrato. They were so used to Ozzy's straight-tone singing, almost monotonic. While Black Sabbath was having difficulties within the band, Tony Iommi decided to do a solo album and have Glenn Sing on it, including the song, "No Stranger to Love." The record company caught wind of it and Iommi was under exclusive contract so, presto chango, it became a "Black Sabbath" album. So, Hughes was accidently a singer for Black Sabbath for exactly one album.
Later, he would join David Coverdale to sing in Deep Purple on such songs as "Burn" about the time that Ritchie Blackmore was leaving to start Rainbow with Ronnie James Dio and his band, Elf.
The above linked video is that song. Over the years, Hughes has lost weight, recovered from drugs, got with some old friends and started Black Country Communion and has been playing festivals.
A man of immense talent and humility. And if my wife is right and I sound even a little like him, that is a huge compliment and I hope to live up to that.
Also, remember, that when my wife makes this comparison, she can hear me in person without mic effects or my crappy recording and mixing skills. I think my voice is a little cleaner in the high end but it can be hard to tell because I overload the mic.
The differences between me and Glenn Hughes is that he is british and I am american. And together, we would look like Mutt and Jeff. He is about 5' 5 1/2" or so, and I am 6' 6", not that it means anything.