Heavy metal was born thanks to Led Zep, Black Sabbath and Deep Purple. Deep Purple is directly associated with the history of hard rock as its most emblematic band. 47 years after its creation, Smoke On The Water remains the ultimate classic of rock guitar, with its ironclad riff written by Ritchie Blackmore.
They are one of the few bands to have stood the test of time while continuing to release albums and play gigs. Having performed on stages all over the world since 1968, Deep Purple is synonymous with hell-raising and electric guitar melodies. With singer Ian Gillan, bassist Roger Glover and drummer Ian Paice, three of the original members who featured on the 1972 masterpiece album Machine Head, Deep Purple is back for another tour. Deep Purple has made every effort to provide its fans with a blend of powerful sound and iconic tracks that built the saga of this indestructible group. This may be your last opportunity to catch up with the giants of heavy metal and bang your head to the timeless riffs of a legendary band: Deep Purple.