Deep Purple (1968-1976)
02/23/2017 at 15:01. Facebook
Glenn Hughes live in Bocum Germany yesterday.
The tour has been a great success for Glenn with the final date tonight in The Netherlands and then his London appearance this Saturday the 25th February.

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Deep Purple (1968-1976)
02/21/2017 at 16:58. Facebook
Deep Purple's Black Night smashing the charts globally in 1970/71.
Deep Purple (1968-1976)
02/20/2017 at 19:18. Facebook
Deep Purple Mark 2's last group shot in June 1973. One of mixed emotions....elation, relief and devastation for some.
But they returned in November 1984!
Deep Purple (1968-1976)
02/19/2017 at 09:03. Facebook
Glenn Hughes continues his European today in Milan Italy with some great support from UK band Stone Broken and the exciting MINUS ONE from Cyprus. It's a great billing and worth trying to catch before the tour ends later this week. Glenn will be back in London next Saturday 25th February for his exclusive speaking event:

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Deep Purple (1968-1976)
02/18/2017 at 13:03. Facebook
Deep Purple's Child in Time live from UK TV in 1970.
Gillan -Glover- Paice- Lord - Blackmore.
A classic Purple performance!
Deep Purple (1968-1976)
02/16/2017 at 22:13. Facebook
Hughes/ Thrall was musical project formed in 1982 by former Deep Purple and Trapeze bassist/vocalist Glenn Hughes and guitarist journeyman Pat Thrall. In early 1981 after a period of jamming and writing they started recording with producer Andy Johns (who had previously worked with the likes of Led Zeppelin, Free and The Rolling Stones). They released their debut album, simply called...
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Deep Purple (1968-1976)
02/16/2017 at 06:14. Facebook
Ian Gillan screaming his heart out with Deep Purple Mark 2 in 1972. The stuff of legend!
Check out Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow live UK dates in June of this year .
It's going to be huge!
It was a brilliant period for Deep Purple when they embarked on the reunion album and tour of Perfect Strangers. This is a laugh!
Deep Purple from IN ROCK and 'Into the Fire' live in 1971. Classic Purple
Deep Purple's NO NO NO from the 1971 Fireball album performed live on German TV
This is Deep Purple Mark 4 Live At The Capital Centre Maryland USA on the 15th January 1976 featuring Ian Paice, Glenn Hughes, David Coverdale, Jon Lord and Tommy Bolin. - Stormbringer LIVE!

Glenn Hughes has a few stories about this very evening and he will be sharing it with his UK fans on February 25th:

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Deep Purples' Roger Glover & Ian Paice on The New Music show in 1985. They discuss the band, music videos and were it is all heading ....Its incredible to look how Deep Purple perceived the age of the music video concept and how the bands reunion had progressed to date. Living, breathing, working and progressing musicians according to Roger Glover!

The clip also feature live concert material...
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Glenn Hughes with The KLF
"What Time Is Love?" is a song released, in different mixes, as a series of singles by the band The KLF.In its original form, the track was an instrumental acid house anthem; subsequent reworkings, with vocals and additional instrumentation, yielded the international hit singles "What Time Is Love? (Live at Trancentral)" (1990) and "America: What Time Is Love?"...
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Gary Moore (4 April 1952 – 6 February 2011)
Lets celebrate the life of the great Gary Moore who left us 6 years ago today. What a brilliant writer and musician, and part of the wider Deep Purple family having worked with so many of our team.
Sadly missed, but his musical legacy lives on strong.

Bob Daisley is currently producing a new album celebrating the life of Gary. we are told it is due...
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Lets have some fun - Deep Purple perform live at The Alpine Valley Arena on 17th August and it's great to see them having a blast. Check out this intro and head to you Tube for the full clip:
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Deep Purple ROCKING at the NEC Birmingham in 2002 with both Jon Lord and Don Airey. Check out this birds eye view which is something you don't see everyday. Classic Purple!
Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow performing live in Munich 1977 the classic track ' Kill The King" featuring Ronnie James Dio on vocals and Ritchie Blackmore on guitar. Brilliant!
For Uk and European Purple fans, this is a very special event indeed. We are told that in addition to Glenn's speaking engagement, a significant documentary project will be unveiled and previewed ..... Stay tuned!

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