Deep Purple confirmed for “Celebrating Jon Lord”

Celeb JL poster

The Sunflower Jam charity has excitedly confirmed that Deep Purple will be performing at Celebrating Jon Lord at the Royal Albert Hall on April 4, 2014.

Following Deep Purple’s hugely successful run of shows at London’s The Roundhouse this month, fans of the band and of Jon, will get another chance to see them perform on one of the most iconic stages in the world, backed up by the 83-piece Orion Orchestra conducted by Paul Mann – just how Jon would have wanted it.

The stylish poster design shown above was created by Jon’s son-in-law Al Cherrington before Deep Purple were added to the bill.

DP Morse-Glover-Gillan-Airey-PaiceBuy tickets from:
The Royal Albert Hall
Live Nation

The Sunflower Jam is a charity founded by Jacky Paice, wife of Deep Purple drummer Ian Paice. The charity passionately supports the research and application of holistic and non-toxic treatments for children and young adults suffering from cancer.



6 thoughts on “Deep Purple confirmed for “Celebrating Jon Lord”

  1. I have to say, I’d have been most surprised if Deep Purple were NOT playing at this event.
    I just hope Ritchie will manage to put in an appearance.

  2. Should be a stunning show!

    Purple still the best in the business… Steve and Don should be applauded for their role in keeping the distinct Purple sound alive…
    Well done guys… I sincerely hope to meet all of you one day… You should come to South Africa more often!

    Saw you in Durban 3 years ago with my then 12 year old son… I was his age in 1972 when I started listening to your music…

  3. Blackmore announced, that he won´t come. Hoping for a revival on stage: Glenn Hughes and David Coverdale together on stage again. Another possibility. The Classic Whitesnake, featuring Paice, Moody, Marsden and Murray. I haaave a dream,……:)

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