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New Date: Ian Paice featuring Purpendicular

New Date: Ian Paice featuring Purpendicular

New Date: Ian Paice featuring Purpendicular
December
12
Sunday 20:00
Concert Hall

New Date: Ian Paice featuring Purpendicular

  • Rock

The Purpendicular band arrives in Budapest with one of the best Deep Purple shows in the world, the drummer of which is the living legend Ian Paice. The musician, who has been active since 1963, is the only fixed member of Deep Purple to hold his position since its founding to this day. He also appeared on Whitesnakes early records in the 80s and also played with Gary Moore.
Paice has also performed more and more often since the 2000s with a band called Purpendicular, which didnt accidentally name themselves one of the classic records of the British hard rock band: although the all-star band also has their own records, the concerts always have a real Deep Purple selection program. they play what some Whitesnake and Rainbow songs usually fit into.
They will play on the A38 Boat in Budapest on January 27, where Ian Paice will be accompanied by singer Robby T. Walsh (Joe Lynn Turner, Roger Glover), guitarist Frank Pan (Bonfire), keyboardist Paul Morris (Rainbow) and bassist Malte Frederik Burkert (Reece). on stage then.

Livesounds presents:
Wednesday, January 27, 2021, 8 p.m.
Budapest, A38 Ship
Ian Paice featuring Purpendicular
Admission: early bird tickets 7500 HUF, in normal advance and on the day of the concert 7900 HUF
Tickets are available in the Ticketportal and Eventim networks, on the spot, and on the websites www.a38.hu and www.tixa.hu.

Related websites:
http://livesound.hu/
http://purpendicular.eu/

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