Deep Purple, one of many legendary names in rock music, is about to take the stage with its former soloist and bassist Glenn Hughes in Ankara and Istanbul.
In line with the band’s written assertion, the group will meet their followers at Ankara METU Vişnelik on Oct. 6, and at Istanbul Most Uniq Open Air on Oct. 7 as a part of a tour organized to mark the fiftieth anniversary of their album “Burn” recorded in the course of the Hughes period.
Hughes will likely be accompanied by band members Soren Andersen on guitar, Ash Sheehan on drums and Bob Fridzema on organ.
As a part of the tour, the group will carry out songs from the album “Burn” in addition to Deep Purple’s cult hit songs.
The album “Burn,” which Deep Purple accomplished recording in 1973 and launched in 1974, offered 4 million copies worldwide and entered the charts of Germany, Denmark, Austria and Norway at No. 1.