If heavy metal was born, it was thanks to Led Zep, Black Sabbath and Deep Purple. To evoke Deep Purple is to enter hard rock history with its most iconic band.
48 years after its creation, the song "Smoke On The Water" remains the ultimate rock guitar classic, thanks to its legendary riff.
Few of the groups are able to cross the ages while continuing to record, release albums, play in concert. Active on stages around the world since 1968, Deep Purple is synonymous with hellish din and electrified melodies. With vocalist Ian Gillan, bassist Roger Glover and drummer Ian Paice, three of its original members featured in 1972 on the landmark Machine Head album, Deep Purple is back for another tour. For this "Long Goodbye Tour" which began in 2017, the Purple has made every effort to offer its fans the cocktail of powerful decibels and cult tracks that have built their saga, that of an unalterable group. Perhaps the ultimate chance to reunite with the heavy giants and rock your hair to the everlasting riffs of legendary band, Deep Purple.