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Montreal venue has not changed

Deep Purple in Montreal, July 28 2007; Photo: Nick Soveiko CC-BY-NC-SA

Contrary to what you might have read on other music news sites, the venue for June 6 Deep Purple show in Montreal has not changed. It will be held at Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier located inside the Place des Arts complex. Yes, we are sure.

The source of misinformation was an error in a press release issued by a PR company who shall remain nameless.

Thanks to Arlene Slavin for the info.



4 Comments to “Montreal venue has not changed”:

  1. 1
    Masse444 says:

    I assume Roger will be back for the American tour. I think it’s great if he takes time out with his family, no problem there.

    I have reacted though that there’s no official word whatsoever from DP themselves that they actually have a replacement for Roger on this European treck. If I’d bought a ticket I think I would accept the fact that Roger’s not there if they’d announced it. Otherwise… The guy that stands in for Roger had a couple of weeks notice, and that’s what the fans should’ve been offered as well.

    I don’t mind them doing the shows, it’s just a bit unfair to keep the audience in the dark.

  2. 2
    masse444 says:

    I’m alone….I’m alone….I’m alone…. (fierce guit riff)
    C’mon people you must have a lot of opninions and questions, as for example what/where are you..from… Mars..?

  3. 3
    Masse444 says:

    Very funny to use someone elses “nickname” here. @2

    I’m not impressed and not involved.

  4. 4
    purplepriest1965 says:

    Did you take too much coffee or something?

    I originate from Mars but why is that of interest on this particular thread?

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