DEEP PURPLE Drummer Announces European Clinics, Live Appearances

August 26, 2002

DEEP PURPLE drummer Ian Paice has lined up several drum clinics and live shows in Europe in late September/early October. Confirmed dates are as follows:

Sep. 28 – Wels, AUT @ Alter Schlachthof
Oct. 02 - Borgonovo (Piacenza),ITA @ Teatro Capital*
Oct. 03 - Civ.Marche (Macerata),ITA @ Cine Teatro Rossini*
Oct. 04 - Marghera (Venezia),ITA @ Discoteca 041
Oct. 05 - Moncalieri (Torino),ITA @ McRyan's Pub
Oct. 06 - Viganego (Genova),ITA @ Area Ship Services*

The Italian dates will include Ian performing sets with local rock bands. DEEP PURPLE keyboardist Don Airey will also be playing at the Macerata and Venezia dates, with the latter also set to feature Tolo Marton. Shows marked * are listed as including drum clinics.

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