Needless to say, Nick Simper and The Nasty Habits playd an unforgettable show – powerful, rousing, I wish they do it one more time.
On March 14th 2009 Mr. Simper played his third concert here and the Nasty Habits were once again much more than faithful accompanists. Together they celebrated the beloved, but seldom heard Deep Purple hits from the early years.
The Reigen Club in Vienna is a well known location for people who haves an interest in highbrow music.
It is permanent venue of the Blues Spring and the Jazz Festival Vienna and a lot of famous musicians
like Al Di Meola or Brian Auger for example performed there.
The Nasty Habits are a powerful Viennese rock band, specialized to support rock stars in Austria.
The first part of the show contained a couple of usual Nasty Habits songs to warm up. For the second part, Nick Simper came on stage to came true a dream.
I met fans from all over Europe – Poland, Croatia, UK, Germany, Switzerland and of course, from the high moutains of Austria.
And The Address
Wring That Neck
Why Didn’t Rosemary
Gimme Some Lovin`
Text and photos by Ralph Grille