Nashville seems like an unlikely place for a legendary Hard Rock band to record, but that's where Deep Purple is hooking up with Bob Ezrin to work on a new album. Work begins this month on the group's follow-up to Now What?!, the 2013 album the band did with Ezrin also at the healm. Ian Paice told Gary Graff the group already has plenty of material to pull 10 or 11 tracks out of to work on for the release. The group gets a long overdue induction to the Rock Hall Of Fame on April 8. The New York cerrmony will recognize players from the earlier eras, including Paice, Roger Glover, Jon Lord, Ian Gillan, Ritchie Blackmore, Glenn Hughes, David Coverdale and Rod Evans.
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