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Hello everybody, Ian here

Right in time for the global quarantine, Paicey has launched his own Youtube channel: Ian Paice Drum Tribe. Without further adieu, straight from the horse’s mouth — what, when and why:

Tales from the bar, Episode 1: Icons and influence

Smoke on the nation tour Drum Solo:

New channel videos will be announced in our left-hand-side navigation bar as soon as we set it up.

Thanks to Jim Corrigan for the info.



10 Comments to “Hello everybody, Ian here”:

  1. 1
    Keith Livingstone says:

    …and subscribed 😁

  2. 2
    Jim Corrigan says:

    Lovely bottle of Canadian Club you have there, Ian!! Not bad playing, either! 😉 Best of Luck with this new veture. Your fans will love it! I already do! Stay safe and healthy!

  3. 3
    Ian Clements says:

    About time to ! I love the new Webb One question you seam to be
    Playing with a better feel since you illness Could you please tell a fellow survivor about how you feel about playing a long solo now and why have you able to play better now than before you illness
    Cheers
    Ian C

  4. 4
    kraatzy says:

    When PD-musicans are have too much time and they are in boredom …

    🙂

    LLRnR

    kraatzy

  5. 5
    Tony says:

    Great, great , great, great……that’s what we need……thank you so much Ian !

  6. 6
    nupsi59 says:

    Oh yeah, that’s the real thing! In the first video, with the back camera, it looks like Jon Lord is playing drums. I’m looking for further drum stuff.

    Have a nice Day, stay home and take care!

  7. 7
    Adel Faragalla says:

    Wow bring on 2021. Looks like the band members will be on fire.

  8. 8
    Greg Furlong says:

    Ian Paice would have to be one of the nicest people ever. Forget the fact he is a top line drummer with Deep Purple. I have spoken to someone in Australia that knows him very well and he said the same thing.
    I can still remember when Deep Purple played an inpromptu performance at the now gone Palace in St. Kilda. It was 99 and an eclectic set was played Blisteringly well. Anyway I waited and stayed back and spoke to Jon Lord, and later at around 2.00 in the morning I noticed a small but distinctive figure walking out of the palace and it was Ian Paice. He could not have been more obliging or helpful as I chatted about drumming ( I also play) and I went away with a Huge smile on my dial.I remember then as I remember now . A true gentleman and terrific human being. Thanks Ian you made my night/year!

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    DARIJ RUSTJA-Croatia says:

    I met IP a couple of times after shows; the best drummer, great man, true gentelman, ……..thank you so much. Stay safe and healthy!!

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    ha-jo says:

    blimey … i wonder who is that dyslexic honk running that channel and not being able to write deep purple with a capital p and mccartney with two c’s!

    nonetheless it’s always fun listening to paicey!

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