DEEP PURPLE, FOREIGNER, GOTTHARD, NAZARETH Members To Take Part In 'Rock Meets Classic'

August 23, 2010

Ian Gillan (DEEP PURPLE),Lou Gramm (FOREIGNER),Steve Lee (GOTTHARD) and Dan McCafferty (NAZARETH) will take part in the 2011 edition of the "Rock Meets Classic" tour. They will be supported by a band, directed by Mat Sinner (PRIMAL FEAR, SINNER) and including American singer-songwriter Amanda Somerville, and by the Bohemian Symphony Orchestra Prague.

"Rock Meets Classic" 2011 dates:

Jan. 05 - Frankfurt, Germany - Jahrhunderthalle
Jan. 06 - Prague, Czech Republic - Telsa Arena
Jan. 07 - Vienna, Austria - Stadthalle
Jan. 08 - Linz, Austria - Tip Arena
Jan. 09 - Nuremberg, Germany - Frankenhalle
Jan. 11 - Passau, Germany - Dreiländerhalle
Jan. 12 - Bamberg, Germany - JAKO Arena
Jan. 13 - Kempten, Germany - Big Box
Jan. 14 - Genf, Switzerland - Arena
Jan. 15 - Sursee, Switzerland - Stadthalle
Jan. 16 - Zurich, Switzerland - Kongresshaus
Jan. 18 - Basel, Switzerland - Congress Center
Jan. 20 - Regensburg, Germany - Donau Arena
Jan. 21 - Aschaffenburg, Germany - Frankenstolz Arena
Jan. 22 - Halle/Westfalen, Germany- Gerry Weber Stadion
Jan. 23 - Berlin, Germany - Tempodrom

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