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"I've been lucky at everything except life." - Jerry Lee Lewis

This Week's Featured Artist

Deep Purple,
who received a Gold Record for "Smoke On The Water"
this week in 1973.

Be sure to read Gary James' interviews with
Glenn Hughes
Ian Gillan
of Deep Purple

Did You Know?

"Smoke On The Water" refers to the December 4, 1971 fire
during a Frank Zappa concert at the Montreux Casino in Montreux, Switzerland,
where Deep Purple was scheduled to record at a mobile studio
the following day.

Who sang that song that you have stuck in your head?
How high did it climb on the charts and in what year?
You can find out in our Who Sang That Hit? Section
Explore the facts behind the deaths
of some of the music world's biggest stars
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