Legendary hard rockers behind “Here I Go Again” and “Is This Love” thrill fans with hits and new releases from their 37-year career
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1978: the year former Deep Purple band member David Coverdale formed his new hard-rock band in England
1987: the year their self-titled album—their seventh release—rocketed them up the charts and into the hearts of new fans thanks to the hits “Here I Go Again” and “Is This Love”
8: the number of times that album went platinum in the U.S.
1997: the year the band took a hiatus after the release of their ninth album, Restless Heart
2002 the year that hiatus ended, jumpstarting a decade that included a 2003 tour, a live DVD release, festival appearances alongside Ozzy Osbourne, KISS, and Alice Cooper, and the 2011 release of Forevermore
2015: the year they’ll unleash their twelfth album, The Purple Album