Former DEEP PURPLE Keyboardist To Guest With TRIO VALORE

According to a posting on the Deep Purple Appreciation Society web site, former DEEP PURPLE keyboardist Jon Lord is listed as a "special guest" at a show by TRIO VALORE at the Jazz Café in London, England on Sunday, November 30.

TRIO VALORE consists of Steve White on drums, Damon Minchella on bass and Seamus Beaghen on Hammond, and has collectively worked with Paul Weller, THE WHO, OASIS, THE STYLE COUNCIL, Iggy Pop, Morrissey, BABYSHAMBLES, SUPERGRASS, DEATH IN VEGAS and Paul McCartney.

Tickets are £20 in advance, and are available from

In addition, Jon is slated to appear at the Zildjian Drummers Achievement Awards — along with the likes of GINGER BAKER & FRIENDS, Jack Bruce, Simon Phillips and Tony Levin — at Shepherds Bush Empire in London on Sunday, December 7.


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