Novinite.com reports: The legendary composer and DEEP PURPLE co-founder, Jon Lord, rocked Bulgaria's second largest city of Plovdiv Tuesday night.The two-hour, unique concert marked the official opening of Plovdiv's Fall Arts Salon. All seats as well as the steps and the grass area of the splendid Plovdiv Antique Rome Theater were filled to the top with fans, who came from all over Bulgaria to hear the legendary DEEP PURPLE keyboardist and composer. The concert was a joint production of Jon Lord and the two vocals traveling with him — Doogie White (RAINBOW, YNGWIE MALMSTEEN) and Polish-born Kasia Laska, three of the musicians from the Bulgarian band TE — Ivaylo Zvezdomirov, Venko Poromanski and Darin Vasilev, and the Plovdiv Philharmonic Orchestra, directed by Naiden Todorov. Read the entire report from Novinite.com.
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