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Deep Purple to Celebrate its Jubilee in Moscow
15.10.2013 11:26
Deep Purple to Celebrate its Jubilee in Moscow

The legendary Deep Purple band, which is justly regarded as the pioneer of hard rock, is coming to Moscow in November.

      The cult musicians present their new album under the title Now What?! in the Olympic sports complex. Besides, this concert will be dedicated to celebration of the 45th anniversary since the band foundation.

      Now What?! is the band’s first album in the last seven years, which were mostly dedicated to concert tours. 11 absolutely new and vibrant compositions make the long-awaited album. All of them, as usual, are replenished with resounding energy and at the same time melodiousness inherent in the musicians of Deep Purple.

      It is a reminder that the new album was released on April 26 and is the 19th studio work of the band members. The well-known music producer Bob Ezrin was engaged in producing of the album. The musicians dedicated this album to the band’s anniversary. Deep Purple was founded in February, 1968.

      The world tour is bringing the musicians to the Russian capital. Rock music fans in Moscow will have a chance to listen to the legendary Deep Purple on November 6.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Deep Purple Concerts in Moscow Rock music   

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