IRON MAIDEN Trio Join DEEP PURPLE During London Gig

September 9, 2002

Three members of IRON MAIDEN — drummer Nicko McBrain, guitarist Janick Gers, and vocalist Bruce Dickinson — joined DEEP PURPLE on stage during the latter's concert at London's Hammersmith Apollo on Saturday, September 7th for a rendition of the DP classic "Smoke On The Water" (with McBrain handling congas and DP drummer Ian Paice's cymbals, apparently).

The following was DEEP PURPLE's set list from the previous evening's performance at Hammersmith Apollo:

01. Fireball
02. Woman From Tokyo
03. Mary Long
04. Ted the Mechanic
05. Lazy
06. Well-Dressed Guitar
07. When A Blind Man Cries
08. Space Truckin
09. Don Airey's solo
10. Perfect Strangers
11. Speed King
12. Smoke On The Water
13. Hush
14. Black Night
15. Highway Star

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