Former DEEP PURPLE Keyboardist To Release Solo Album

Former DEEP PURPLE keyboardist Jon Lord will release his new solo album, "Beyond the Notes", on September 20 through Capitol/EMI Records. A 5.1/stereo mix SACD edition featuring guest vocal appearances by Frida (Anni-Frid Lyngstad) from ABBA and Sam Brown is also planned. A few words by Lord regarding the inspiration behind each track on the album are available at

Upcoming JON LORD live appearances:

Sep. 09 - Hell Blues Festival – Hell, NOR
Oct. 01 – Herkulessaal - Munich, GER
Oct. 02 - Großer Sendesaal Des RBB - Berlin, GER
Oct. 03 - Theater am Aegi - Hannover, GER
Oct. 05 – Vulkanhalle - Köln, GER
Oct. 06 – TBA - Trento, ITA
Oct. 07 - TBA - Milan, ITA
Oct. 08 - TBA - Venice, ITA
Oct. 09 - TBA - Rome, ITA
Oct. 17 – TBA - Tilburg, NETH
Oct. 19 - Musikhalle Großer Saal - Hamburg, GER
Oct. 22 - Stadthalle Am Schloß - Aschaffenburg, GER
Oct. 23 - Theaterhaus Am Pragsattel - Stuttgart, GER
Oct. 24 - Thierisch Saal - Wiesbaden, GER
Oct. 25 – Gürzenich - Köln, GER


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