Deep Purple + Peter Frampton + Thunder
Wednesday 10th November 2004
- Doors Open:
Triple Headed Rock Concert Announced!
The Metro Radio Arena Newcastle is proud to announce that Deep Purple, Peter Frampton and Thunder will all be appearing on Wednesday 10th November 2004 at the Metro Radio Arena Newcastle.
Deep Purple have been stars since 1968 when they first started out as a band named ‘Roundabout’. Since then they have survived an endless series of line up changes and a dramatic mid-career shift from grandiose progressive rock to ear-shattering heavy metal.
It was songs such as ‘Black Night’, ‘Mistreated’, and ‘Space Truckin’ that got them in the Guinness book of world records as the world’s loudest band.
Other rocking songs of theirs include the brilliant cover of Neil Diamond’s ‘Kentucky Woman’, ‘Highway Star’, ‘Woman from Tokyo’, ‘Never Before’, ‘Fireball’, ‘Smoke on the Water’, and ‘Hush’.
Appearing with Deep Purple will be the spectacular guitarist/singer/songwriter Peter Frampton and the amazing Thunder.
With past great songs such as ‘Show Me the Way’, ‘Baby I Love the Way’, ‘Tried to Love You’, and ‘I’m in you’, the new album from Peter Frampton ‘Now’ proves to be another brilliant success.
Thunder, whose debut album ‘Back Street Symphony’ went gold, and who have toured with the likes of Aerosmith and Bon Jovi, will compliment the softer rock sounds of Peter Frampton. Thunder have recently played various venues in the North East, which have sold amazingly well.
Metro Radio Arena’s Marketing Director Paul Tappenden said:- ‘It is brilliant for us to have such rock legends coming here for this tremendous triple header rock concert.’