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) are an English rock band formed in Hertford in 1968. The band is considered to be among the pioneers of heavy metal and modern hard rock, although their
Deep Purple" was the biggest hit written by pianist Peter DeRose, who broadcast, 1923 to 1939, with May Singhi as "The Sweethearts of the Air" on the NBC radio network.
's self-titled third release would bring an end to an amazing chapter of the band. Ritchie Blackmore, John Lord, and Ian Paice were looking to move into heavier rock territory as well as
Deep Purple was formed in Hertford, England, in 1968 and are one of the few bands that remained popular decade after decade,
Perhaps more than any other rock band,
Deep Purple proved that a group of musicians could undergo consistent and even traumatic turnover, yet still achieve remarkable success over a long span of ...
A friendship between
Deep Purple and George Harrison turned into a raucous jam on Dec. 13, 1984, when the former Beatles star joined them onstage at Sydney. Harrison was pals and later neighbors ...
After its first line-up fell apart in 1969,
decided (or more appropriately, guitarist Ritchie Blackmore decided) to stray from their obvious classical music influence and focus on shaping their music into a