'Graz 1975' captures the Mark III Deep Purple lineup in one of its very last performances. However, this is hardly the sound of a band in its final hours.
Put together former members of Deep Purple, Vanilla Fudge and Whitesnake, and the results are Rated X.
The celebrated Mark II lineup of Deep Purple had long refused to get back together simply to cash checks on a reunion tour.
We're still weeks away from the Sept. 26 release of the live film and CD 'Celebrating Jon Lord at the Royal Albert Hall,' but you can catch an early glimpse of the concert's contents right now.
Deep Purple's forthcoming 'Live in Verona' DVD finds the group working with strings again.
In 2013, the inaugural Guitars on the Beach event collected the biggest single gathering of guitarists playing simultaneously in the history of Britain.
It seems that guitarist Ritchie Blackmore didn't break up with just Deep Purple two decades ago.
Ian Gillan would rather turn down induction than be forced to be on the same stage as Ritchie Blackmore again.
Deep Purple will officially issue the 'Graz 1975' concert, long considered the best-ever from its Mk III edition.
Roger Glover talks about Deep Purple's 'Now What?!,' the band's plans for a new album and a series of rare upcoming U.S. dates.