Competition: Win tickets to see Deep Purple.
It' is one of the world's best ever rock bands to emerge from the UK - Deep Purple - and what's more, the group are coming to Birmingham NEC on Saturday, September 14 (tickets, pounds 26.50, from the box office on 0870 909 4122) and we have a pair to give away plus a copy of the band's latest DVD, courtesy of Direct Video. In addition, a further two runners up will each receive a copy of the latest DVD Direct Video Distribution have just released a phenomenal live performance by Deep Purple on DVD and VHS. Recorded at the Sunrise Theatre in Florida, Perihelion showcases screaming guitar riffs, screeching vocals, brilliant keyboards, dynamic drumming and amusing stage antics that constitute a signature Purple show - and a remarkable concert experience. Released to coincide with the group's eagerly awaited UK tour this September and the recording of a new studio album, Deep Purple: Perihelion features no fewer than 14 brilliant tracks, among them the monster hits Hush, Woman From Tokyo and of course the enduring Smoke On the Water, which perhaps more than any other track positioned Deep Purple among Rock's elite.
Featuring Ian Gillan on vocals, Roger Glover on bass, Jon Lord on keyboards, Steve Morse on guitar and Ian Paice on drums, Perihelion is a remarkable souvenir of an unforgettable night.
For your chance to to be among our Deep Purple winners, write down on a postcard or the back of a sealed envelope, the answer to the following question: What is the name of Deep Purple's latest DVD release? Add your name, address and daytime telephone number and send (to be received no later than Thursday, September 5), to: The Birmingham Post Promotions Dept, Deep Purple Competition, PO Box 39, Birmingham B4 6AH.
Alternatively, you can enter by calling the Competition Hot-Line (before the closing date) on 0901 380 1293. Calls cost no more than 25p.
Usual Post rules apply. There is no cash alternative. Winners list available on request.
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|Publication:||The Birmingham Post (England)|
|Date:||Sep 30, 2002|
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