Steve Morse reinvigorated Deep Purple after Ritchie Blackmore left in the 1990s. And Morse plays as the album’s title implies, with total abandon.
Prog rock’s resident bassist talks about battling carpal tunnel syndrome, collaborating with Captain Kirk and having his creative freedom.
The recent merger of ProgRock Records into the “progressive” genre at The Record Label makes this a good time to check out some of The Record Label’s non-progressive releases.
The first edition of the Hot Wacks guide to bootleg LP and CDs in 1992 detailed 88 Deep Purple releases. Today, that total has probably multiplied by 10.
There’s still time to pick up our June 2011 issue on the newsstand now.
Almost all of the dates on the band’s first North American tour in four years will feature an orchestra
The powerful Deep Purple has thus far been denied entrance to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
The Southern California-based vocalist and guitarist has spent the past several years writing songs and singing for prog projects