Deep Purple tour

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About Deep Purple

Deep Purple also known as Roundabout is a rock band that was formed in 1968 on Hertfordshire, England. The members are Ian Paice (Drummer), Ian Gillian (Vocalist), Roger Glover (Bassist), Don Airey (keyboardist) and Steve Morse (Guitarist/Composer). But the former members are Ritchie Blackmore, Jon Lord, Rod Evans as well as Nick Simper, Glenn Hughes, David Coverdale, Tommy Bolin, Joe Lynn Turner and Joe Satriani.

Their former name was called Roundabout that was formed by Chris Curtis drummer of the band. Deep Purple started in 1968 and they released their first debut album called "Shapes of Deep Purple" on July 1968 by Tetragrammaton and Parlaphone and produced by Derek Lawrence. They were collaborated with John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Joe South and Billy Roberts as writer. However, the album got number 4 in Billboard Hot 100 and number 2 in RPM50 Singles in Canada.

The band's 2nd album was "The Book of Taliesyn" that was released on December 1968 by Tetragrammaton (US), Harvest (UK) and Polydor (Canada and Japan). They worked with The Beatles for the cover of "We Can Work Out" and Lke & Tina Turner for "River Deep- Mountain High". However, from 1970 to 2013 including 'Deep Purple in Rock" (1970) along side with "Fireball" (1971), "Machine Head" (1972), plus "Who do we think we are" (1973) and a lot more... They held 27 concerts from the start of their career to the present year including Deep Purple Debut Tour, Fireball World Tour, and Deep Purple Secret USA Tour as well us for the present is Now What?! World Tour.

The band was got separated ways in the year 1976 after their England Tour, and it was filled with emotions and tears. But after few years they formed again and continue to release albums together with PolyGram and Mercury Records. As the band continues, the success keep rising including the 1975 Guinness Book of World Record’s "Globe's Loudest Band" for their concerts in London's Rainbow Theater which sold 100 million copies all over the world. They also nominated as "Rock and Roll Hall of Fame" but eventually they did not won. They keep encouraged to pursue their career and show their talent to the people as many artists influenced them like "Bon Jovi", Aerosmith, Judas Priest and Iron Maiden. 

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Deep Purple reviews

Totally awesome xxx
Brilliant night with Purple as always ?
Awesome night with deep purple ?
Absolute shit. Bored out my head. Self indulgence at its worst!!!
Excellent night
Drove from Cedar Rapids, IA (4 hrs) to this show and it was Awesome show! Oh yea! Deep Purple wasn't in my era but they are the best band my friend when the metal music is real. A great song is a great song, when you have the high-powered, all-out rockers the band is known for delivering, the Deep Purple guys will turn down the volume (but not the intensity) and treat the music to a superb way of some of their best classic sounds. Love It! <3
Enjoyed all three shows too❤️??. Excellent. I don t know which one was the best?
Three fantastic shows from three epic bands...
Awesome show! It was freezing cold, but we stayed until the very end.
Great show last night!
Fantastic I had a wonderful time with Dean Studenic and John Revesz .