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Deep Purple : Ian Paice colpito da un mini-ictus

Pubblicato il 17/06/2016 da in News | 0 commenti


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Il batterista dei DEEP PURPLE, Ian Paice, è stato colpito da un ‘mini-ictus’ (TIA) lo scorso 14 giugno che ha portato all’annullamento delle date in Svezia e Danimarca.

Sul sito dei Deep Purple è apparso un comunicato dello stesso Ian che ha tranquillizzato i fan dicendosi pronto a tornare in tour nel giro di un mese.

“To all the people who were expecting to see Deep Purple in Sweden and Denmark this week I would like to let you know the reason the shows were not possible,and also to stop all the speculation and rumours.

On the morning of the 14th of June I woke up to find that the right side of my body was feeling numb and I could not control my right hand and  fingers.

So I had myself admitted to hospital where I was diagnosed with having suffered a “mini stroke”, or TIA. The hospital staff in Stockholm were amazing and started my treatment straight away.

After both CT and MIR scans there was found to be no serious or permanent damage.  As of this moment all I am suffering is a slightly numb right side of  the face a tingling sensation in my right hand. My dexterity in the hand is coming back quickly and I fully expect to re  commence touring next month.

So now I have a set of tablets which have to be taken every day to ensure it doesn’t happen again!.

So sorry for not being able to play for you.

And I’m sorry for myself!

These are the first shows I have missed with DP since its formation in 1968.

Thanks to all the people who have shown concern and sent their best wishes.”

-Ian Paice.

I Deep Purple hanno in programma tre date italiane a luglio, per il momento risultano confermate:

Martedì 12 luglio 2016 all’Arena del Mare di Genova
Mercoledì 13 luglio all’Arena Campo Marte di Brescia
Venerdì 15 luglio al Parco della Pace di Servigliano (Fermo)

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