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Sharp dressed man

Gillan receiving Friend of Armenians award on May 2 2014 at the St.Vartan Cathedral in NYC; Photo: Artur Petrosyan / Eastern Diocese

See the photo gallery of Ian Gillan receiving Friend of Armenians award at St. Vartan Cathedral in New York on May 2.

Thanks to Karine Abalyan, James Gemmell, Ara Tadevosyan, and Monika Schwartz for the info.



9 Comments to “Sharp dressed man”:

  1. 1
    Աշոտ Հովհաննիսյան says:

    God give him health and long life

  2. 2
    Олег Сарычев says:

    Cool!

  3. 3
    HazyBasementMusic.com says:

    Ian Gillan, one cool dude!

  4. 4
    George Martin says:

    Some people talk about helping a cause and others actually help the cause. Ian, I think I can speak for everyone when I say we are all very proud of you.
    God bless you!

  5. 5
    KlausVonScribe says:

    Much more honorable, and much more important than any corrupt RRHoF. Outstanding, Mr. Gillan, God Bless You.

  6. 6
    Hard Rock Pete says:

    @2: Yeah, not much more to be said, Very cool!
    Although it would be remiss of me not to say how great Bron looks and IG for that matter.
    God bless your hard work Mr Gillan. Very cool!

  7. 7
    Daniel Miller says:

    A well deserved award; given and received with respect.
    Those jokers at the Golden Gods could learn a thing or two from the Armenians.

  8. 8
    Jack says:

    Congratulations Ian!! A well deserved honour!! You rock dude!!

  9. 9
    errol arias says:

    Good for IG. Congratulations !!

    But, sincerily, I think that rather to be here , the whole Deep Purple (Blackmore, Gillan, Glover , LORD and Paice) should be on that reception Obama gave to Led Zeppelin.

    I always dreamt DP being honoured the way that US president did to LedZep.

    I am a DP fan and of course i think , DP has more merit than Zeppelin to be honoured that way.

    However, of course is good to see how the brave people of Armenia, show respect and gratitude to the people who has helped them.

    It says a lot of good things about the Armenian people.

    “Life without thankfulness is devoid of love and passion. Hope without thankfulness is lacking in fine perception. Faith without thankfulness lacks strength and fortitude. Every virtue divorced from thankfulness is maimed and limps along the spiritual road.”
    ― John Henry Jowett

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