The fourth studio set for Ritchie Blackmore’s band featured new lead singer Graham Bonnet replacing Ronnie James Dio.
In November 1984, the Mk II Deep Purple line-up of Blackmore-Gillan-Glover-Lord-Paice reconvened in style for the album 'Perfect Strangers.'
The rock favourites hit the UK top ten with their version of the Russ Ballard song.
The band's seventh studio album 'Bent Out Of Shape' was fuelled by the big US rock radio hit ‘Street Of Dreams.'
Two musical worlds came together in Purple's 'Concerto For Group And Orchestra.'
The auction features 666 items in total including a Charvel guitar, a painting and numerous items of clothing.
The guitar hero isn't sure about the Stones or Alice, but who gets his vote?
The rock giant talks about his fellow guitar figureheads.
A carefully curated collection of Rainbow's greatest hits.
The widely-travelled keyboard player delivers a new album of his own.
Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow have streamed a new track Waiting For A Sign and have a new studio album Memories In Rock II due in April
After news that Roy Orbison's hologram tour will visit the UK in April 2017, Ronnie James Dio will return in a similar way, and Frank Zappa could be next.
Alice Cooper has announced a lengthy US tour for the spring of 2018 running from 1 March in Ontario to 29 March in Indianapolis
In Ramblin’ Man Fair’s first ever Friday line-up, Y&T overcome the odds, Last In Line bring the classics and Saxon prove why they remain headliners.
Ritchie Blackmore’s Rainbow 2CD ‘Live In Birmingham 2016’ captures Blackmore’s longed-for return to playing rock, and is out now.
Ritchie Blackmore has told the Guardian newspaper that he would play with Deep Purple again, in the unlikely event that they asked him.