Deep Purple are an English rock band formed in Hertford in Along with Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath, they are considered to be among the pioneers of heavy metal and modern hard rock. They were once listed by the Guinness Book of World Records as the world's loudest band, and have sold over 100 million albums worldwide. Blackmore suggested a new name: Deep Purple, which was his grandmother's favorite song.
Steve Morse (born July 28, 1954, Hamilton, Ohio, USA) Superb guitarist and bandleader in his own right, Steve went to Miami University to study classical and jazz guitar. He formed The Dixie Dregs in 1975 with bassist Andy West. Between 1982 and 1986, readers of Guitar Player magazine voted Steve Morse Best Guitarist for five years in a row. Drawn back to music, he joined Deep Purple as lead guitarist in 1994, although he maintains his own recording band.
Ian Gillan (born Hounslow, Middlesex, August 19, 1945) Ian joined Deep Purple from Episode Six in 1969.The bands most famous anthem Smoke On The Water emphasises his ability to deliver a lyric with smouldering intensity and rocknroll exuberance. Ian is presently working on several projects, both as a writer and vocalist, with a book under construction and a new solo album taking shape.
Ian Paice (born June 29, 1948) Deep Purples drummer since he joined the band (age 19) in Armed with a dazzlingly fast technique, Ian has also worked with Paice, Ashton & Lord, Gary Moore and Whitesnake. Ian has also just released a new solo DVD which is aimed at drummers and music fans alike.
Rofer Glover (born Brecon, Wales, November ) The bass player and composer, joined Deep Purple from Episode Six in 1969, then left to become head of A&R at Purple Records. He wrote the The Butterfly Ball (1974) concept album which yielded the hit song Love is All sung by Ronnie James Dio. He worked as a producer with such bands as Nazareth and Status Quo, as well as working with Ian Gillan on their album Accidentally On Purpose (1988). Roger played with Ritchie Blackmores Rainbow ( ) before returning to Deep Purple in 1984.
Don Airey (born in Sunderland, England) Has been a player on the rock scene for over 25 years, notching up almost 200 album credits and associations with 20 or more major bands. Don came to Purples rescue mid 2001 to help out for an injured Jon Lord, who has since retired, with Don recording the new album with Deep Purple as the bands permanent keyboard player.
Shades of Deep Purple (1968) The Book of Taliesyn (1968) Deep Purple (1969) Deep Purple in Rock (1970) Fireball (1971) Machine Head (1972) Who Do We Think We Are (1973) Burn (1974) Stormbringer (1974) Come Taste the Band (1975) Perfect Strangers (1984) The House of Blue Light (1987) Slaves & Masters (1990) The Battle Rages On (1993) Purpendicular (1996) Abandon (1998) Bananas (2003) Rapture of the Deep (2005)
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