JON LORD Planning 'Special Treats' For Lichfield Performance

According to a posting on his official web site, former DEEP PURPLE keyboardist Jon Lord's concert at Lichfield Cathedral (near Birmingham, England) on July 17 is shaping up to feature a special selection of music from his solo career.

Appearing with a string quartet, bass, drums, flute, a keyboard player and two singers, Jon Lord is planning to perform some or all of the following:

* Sarabande
* Gigue
* Bourree
* De Profundis
* Miles Away
* Wait a While
* The Sun Will Shine Again
* From the Windmill
* Telemann Experiment

The evening's lineup is as follows:

* Jon Lord on Hammond and piano
* Nigel Hopkins on keyboards
* Don Richardson on bass
* Steve White on drums
* Bruce Martin on flute
* Steve Balsamo & Kasia Laska on vocals
* The Badke String Quartet

Earlier that same day, Jon Lord will appear "in conversation" with festival director Richard Hawley at Lichfield Garrick Main Theatre.


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