BIG NOIZE Performs PURPLE, RAINBOW, OZZY Classics In Madrid

Fan-filmed video footage of BIG NOIZE — the band featuring vocalist Joe Lynn Turner (DEEP PURPLE, RAINBOW, YNGWIE MALMSTEEN), bassist Phil Soussan (OZZY OSBOURNE), guitarist Carlos Cavazo (QUIET RIOT) and drummer Simon Wright (DIO, AC/DC) — performing classic songs by DEEP PURPLE, RAINBOW, QUIET RIOT and OZZY OSBOURNE on May 21, 2009 at Sala Heineken in Madrid, Spain can be viewed below.

BIG NOIZE's track "Battlefileds", which the band performed for the troops in Iraq and Kuwait last September, has been posted online at this location. According to the group, "It is really an emotional song and it brings us right back to the special time that we were able to share with all of our troops in all the remotest locations. It is also dedicated to all the troops that we were not able to see, and those in other parts of the world; we know that you are out there putting it all on the line for our security, freedom and safety, and we THANK YOU! Our lives will certainly never be the same, nor taken for granted, after meeting all of you fantastic man and women of our military, and we salute you — God bless you all."

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