Deep Purple Takes The Stage This Morning On The Today Show

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Courtesy: earMUSIC

Veteran rock band Deep Purple will perform live this morning on NBC’s Today Show.

The band is scheduled to perform at 8AM ET live from Rockefeller Plaza in New York City. The band’s performance this morning is in support of its latest livereleases due out this fall. From The Setting Sun…(In Wacken) and To The Rising Sun in Tokyo will be released Friday, September 18th via earMUSIC. The playfully titled companion recordings will both be released on in their own standalone triple-disc sets composed of two CDs and a DVD and their own triple-disc LP sets for fans of vinyl. From The Setting Sun…(In Wacken) will also be made available on Blu-ray while To The Rising Sun in Tokyo will be made available in its own special 3D Blu-ray platform.

Courtesy:  earMUSIC

Courtesy: earMUSIC

From The Setting Sun…(In Wacken) was recorded at the band’s performance at the 2013 edition of the annual festival. It was filmed using a total of nine HD cameras. To The Rising Sun in Tokyo in April 2014 at Nippon Budokan, Tokyo. It was filmed using a total of twelve HD cameras throughout the venue. The audio mix for both shows was handled by Eike Freese and Alex Dietz (Heaven Shall Burn) in Hamburg, Germany. Roger Glover supervised the mixing process personally.

More information on both recordings is available online along with all of the latest news from Deep Purple at:

 

Website: http://www.deeppurple-nowwhat.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/officialdeeppurple

 

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