Deep Purple guitarist Steve Morse recently told Glide magazine that Bob Ezrin will produce the next Deep Purple album -- which the band is ready to start recording soon.
Here's a video of Deep Purple, Dixie Dregs and Flying Colors guitarist Steve Morse playing and discussing Ernie Ball's new Cobalt guitar strings.
Last week, we posted a story about 50 great -- in some cases, classic -- albums from 1972, albums that are celebrating their 40th anniversary this year.
We usually don't do much reporting on European tours, but when three of our favorite guitarists hit the road for the return of the G3 tour, we can't help but let everyone know.
According to a news item recently posted to Black Country Communion's official website, a fire broke out in the studio where the band were recording their 2011 album, 2.
Deep Purple, in hopes of making a new and significant album, have extended their writing and recording period through the summer, usually the time when they are busiest on the road.
Legendary hard rock band Deep Purple have officially announced plans to write and record a new album for a 2013 release.
Last year, there were hints of an impending project featuring former Dream Theater drummer Mike Portnoy and Deep Purple guitarist Steve Morse.
Guitar World speaks with one of the most iconic bass players in rock: Deep Purple's Roger Glover. Here he talks about his latest solo album, If Life Was Easy.
During the second encore of their concert at the Canyon Club in Agoura Hills, California, Sunday night, July 31, Mr. Big performed a special cover of Deep Purple's "Smoke on the Water."
In a recent interview with Darryl Sterdan from the QMI Agency, Deep Purple bassist Roger Glover revealed that the band are unsure about making a new album.