Deep Purple are an English hard-rock outfit hailing from Hertford. Forming in England in 1968, they're perhaps the last of the UK’s greatest rock exports and have since gone on to sell over 100 millions albums across the world. As of 2013, Deep Purple consists of Ian Paice, Roger Glover, Ian Gillan, Steve Morse, and Don Airey.
The band are best known for legendary hits such as ’Smoke On The Water’, ’Highway Star,’ ’Space Truckin,’ ’Hush’ and ’My Woman From Tokyo’, and have provided the inspiration to hundreds of aspiring rock artists, bands, and musicians across the globe.
Their debut album 'Shades of Deep Purple' came out in 1968, and the band were put on the map - they went in and out of major success, with their 1972's 'Machine Head' probably one of their most popular. But, on the stage, they are an unimaginably talented band of individuals.
As of today, Deep Purple are still going strong. They may have experienced a few line-up changes and despite going through all the ups and downs of being a rock’n’roll band, they are still regarded as one of the best rock acts ever. The band released their latest album, 'Infinite', in 2017.
Following the ’The Long Goodbye’ tour in November 2017, Def Leppard have confirmed a co-headline North American tour alongside Judas Priest, for summer 2018. Catch them live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.
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One of the true great British bands. All time legends and still performing excellent shows! The performance included a mix of older classic tracks and new songs from the wonderful album Now What. Great musicianship and showmanship - they were on top form and have still 'got what it takes' in my opinion. I really hope they continue to record and tour. It was my first gig at the Roundhouse and what a venue that is. Very intimate and excellent sound.