Responsible for launching the careers of David Coverdale, Ritchie Blackmore and Ian Gillan, ever-changing Deep Purple sit alongside Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath in the unholy trinity of British hard rock. Formed in Hertford, England in 1968, the original line-up of lead vocalist Rod Evans, bassist Nick Simper, keyboardist Jon Lord and drummer Ian Paice began life as a session band for ex-Searchers drummer Chris Curtis named Roundabout before going their own way under their more familiar moniker. The group scored early hits with covers of Joe South’s “Hush” and Neil Diamond’s “Kentucky Woman” but it was when Ian Gillan and Roger Glover replaced Evans and Simper that they began to establish their legendary reputation. Following the release of 1970’s million-selling Deep Purple in Rock and 1971’s Fireball, Deep Purple hit the US Top 10 for the first time with 1972’s Machine Head, which also spawned their signature hit, “Smoke on the Water.” However, due to creative tensions, Gillan and Glover left the band after 1973’s Who Do We Think We Are, with David Coverdale and Glenn Hughes taking over for 1974’s double whammy of Burn and Stormbringer. Founding member Blackmore then departed a year later to be replaced by ex-James Gang guitarist Tommy Bolin, but the new incarnation split shortly after 1975’s Come Taste the Band. The classic Gillan-fronted line-up then reunited in 1984 for a brand new studio effort, Perfect Strangers, following it up three years later with The House of Blue Light. But the merry-go-round continued when Gillan left to be replaced by Rainbow’s Joe Lynn Turner for 1990’s Slaves and Masters, only to return for 1993’s The Battle Rages On…, with Blackmore then quitting during the latter’s accompanying tour. After filling the vacancy with Kansas’ Steve Morse, the group added to their catalog with 1996’s Purpendicular, 1998’s Abandon and a 1999 live orchestral album recorded at the Royal Albert Hall. Following the departure of Lord in 2002 and the subsequent recruitment of Don Airey, the most stable line-up of the group’s enduring career recorded two critically-acclaimed affairs, 2003’s Bananas and 2005’s Rapture of the Deep. In 2013, Deep Purple scored their first Billboard entry in 20 years with Now What?! and hit the road for a lengthy two-year world tour of the same name.
Rapture Of The Deep (2005)
The Battle Rages On... (1993)
Slaves And Masters (1990)
The House Of Blue Light (1987)
Perfect Strangers (1984)
Come Taste The Band (1975)
Who Do We Think We Are (1973)
Machine Head (1972)
Deep Purple In Rock (1970)
Deep Purple (1969)
Shades Of Deep Purple (1968)
The Book Of Taliesyn (1968)
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5-7-15: Iconic rock group Deep Purple will embark on an extensive summer tour run in the months of July and August, and tickets won’t be cheap on the secondary market. According to TicketIQ, the average secondary price for Deep Purple tickets is $128.45. 17 North American dates are scheduled over the month-long tour stretch.
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Deep Purple 2015 Tour Dates
Wed 05/27/15 at Centro Expositor Puebla in Puebla, Mexico
Sat 05/30/15 at Auditorio Telmex in Guadalajara, Mexico
Sun 05/31/15 at Poliforum Leon in Leon, Mexico
Wed 06/03/15 at Palacio de Convenciones in Zacatecas, Mexico
Fri 06/05/15 at Centro de Convenciones Y Exposiciones in Chihuahua, Mexico
Sun 06/07/15 at Estadio Carta Blanca in Juarez, Mexico
Sat 07/18/15 at Lebreton Flats Park in Ottawa, ON
Sun 07/19/15 at Plains Of Abraham in Quebec City, QC
Wed 07/22/15 at Bergen Performing Arts Ctr. in Englewood, NJ
Fri 07/24/15 at The Lynn Memorial Auditorium in Lynn, MA
Sun 07/26/15 at NYCB Theatre At Westbury in Westbury, NY
Tue 08/04/15 at Freedom Hill Amphitheatre in Sterling Heights, MI
Wed 08/05/15 at Ohio Expo Center in Columbus, OH
Fri 08/07/15 at Battery Park in Sioux City, IA
Sun 08/09/15 at Verizon Theatre At Grand Prairie in Grand Prairie, TX
Wed 08/12/15 at Pacific Amphitheatre in Costa Mesa, CA
Fri 08/28/15 at Quay Arbon On Lake Constance in Arbon, Switzerland
Sun 10/25/15 at Atlas Arena in Lodz, Poland
Tue 10/27/15 at CEZ Arena in Ostrava Zabreh, Czech Republic
Wed 10/28/15 at CEZ Arena in Ostrava Zabreh, Czech Republic
Fri 10/30/15 at Pala Fabris in Padova, Italy
Sat 10/31/15 at Mediolanum Forum in Assago, Italy
Mon 11/02/15 at Le Dome in Marseille, France
Tue 11/03/15 at Patinoire Meriadeck in Bordeaux, France
Thu 11/05/15 at Nelson Mandela Forum in Florence, Italy
Fri 11/06/15 at PalaLottomatica in Rome, Italy
Wed 11/11/15 at Zenith Paris in Paris, France
Fri 11/13/15 at Konig - Pilsener Arena in Oberhausen, Germany
Sat 11/14/15 at Getec Arena / MVGM in Magdeburg, Germany
Mon 11/16/15 at Stadthalle Rostock in Rostock, Germany
Tue 11/17/15 at Leipzig Arena in Leipzig, Germany
Wed 11/18/15 at Swiss Life Hall in Hannover, Germany
Fri 11/20/15 at Arena Trier in Trier, Germany
Sat 11/21/15 at Arena Nurnberger Versicherung in Nuremberg, Germany
Mon 11/23/15 at O2 World Hamburg in Hamburg, Germany
Tue 11/24/15 at Max-Schmeling-Halle in Berlin, Germany
Thu 11/26/15 at Olympic Hall in Munich, Germany
Fri 11/27/15 at Festhalle - Messe Frankfurt in Frankfurt, Germany
Sat 11/28/15 at Hanns Martin Schleyer Halle in Stuttgart, Germany
Tue 12/01/15 at Zenith in Strasbourg, France
Thu 12/03/15 at The O2 - London in London, United Kingdom