Devin Purple Project?
They’ve also officially finished the album
Five influential new acts will be inducted in April.
Nine Inch Nails, N.W.A., The Smiths and Chic are among 15 influential acts who have been announced as nominees for the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame‘s class of 2016. Nine Inch Nails, N.W.A. and The Smiths all missed out on being inducted into the Hall Of Fame in 2015, despite being eligible for the
During Metallica‘s four-song acoustic set at a music benefit concert in Los Angeles last night, the metal giants delighted the audience with their versatility, delivering four covers, including songs by The Beatles, Ozzy Osbourne and Deep Purple. The tenth annual MusiCares MAP Fund Benefit was held in Los Angeles last night, where Ozzy Osbourne and
Two mega rock groups of legendary status, Deep Purple and Journey (who are here for the first time) will be touring this summer, playing a run of dates through Australia and New Zealand. Shows include dates in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth. Our Kiwi brothers won’t miss out, with a show in Auckland being
Our very own rock icon Jimmy Barnes will be featured alongside some of the biggest names in the world for a soon-to-be released Deep Purple tribute album set to drop September 4, according to Triple M.
According to blabbermouth.net Deep Purple have decided to extend the writing and recording period of their upcoming 19th studio album in an effort to create a compelling release in 2013. When speaking with UK’s Express & Star in 2011 Deep Purple frontman Ian Gillan said he understood that fans may grow impatient. “We know we
Jon Lord, one of the founding members of Deep Purple, has issued a statement on his website stating that he has been diagnosed with cancer. Lord says he will be taking a break from performing to undergo treatment, but he plans to continue to write music.
It seems a little strange that this has never been done before, but a bunch of metal’s most illustrious names are getting together to give the songs of Frank Sinatra the severest of makeovers. The Music Network reports that members of Anthrax, Deep Purple, Cheap Trick, Nonpoint and Twisted Sister are on board for the