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- Upcoming Uriah Heep live dates!
May 25 - Silja Rock Boat Ride, Helsinki-Stockholm, Finland-Sweden
June 2 - Superrally'06, Vinstra, Norway
June 9 - Arrow Classic Rock Festival, Lichtenvoorde, Holland
June 11 - TBA, Thessaloniki, Greece
June 16 - Kurpark, Bad Bruckena, Germany
June 25 - Festival, Lublin, Poland
July 1 - Festival, Unterempfenbach, Germany
July 2 - Rock Legends Festival, Vilnius, Lithuania
July 7 - Legends Of Rock Open Air, Wiesen, Austria
July 8 - Rock Sound Festival, Huttwil, Switzerland
July 15 - Rockperry Festival, Vassa, Finland
July 29 - Rock Of Ages Festival, Rotenburg am Necker, Seebronn nr
July 30 - Roots Rock Festival, Nidrum, Belgium
August 4 - TBA, Tornio, Finland
August 19 - Open Air, Schneeberg, Germany
September 9 - Soccer Stadium, Havifov, Czech Republic
September 27 - Canec?, Rock In Concert Brazil Festival, Rio de Janeiro,
September 28 - Via Funchal, Rock In Concert Brazil Festival, S? Paulo,
September 29 - TBA, Belo Horizonte, Brazil
September 30 - TBA, Bras?ia, Brazil
TBA - "to be announced"
All details, tickets info, phone numbers:
- News From The Road, a brand new feature at Uriah-Heep.com, is now up and
running, so check it out:
- Plenty of brand new Uriah Heep live photos taken in Bulgaria and in
Norway are now available at
- A lot of promotion for Heep has been going on at the Arrow Classic Rock
http://www.arrow.nl/ . See specifically
here that Heep's songs have been broadcasted by Arrow Rock Radio, the
organiser of the festival:
- The 1st Uriah Heep Brazilian fans gathering will happen this next
Saturday in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. It's almost sold out so if you're
planning to attend, please be sure to call the organisers and reserve your
place. A raffle is planned, a t-shirt will be given and other special
features are scheduled. For all details:
- Uriah Heep's back catalog to be reissued in limited edition paper
sleeves with bonus tracks in Japan on June 21st. Titles to be reissued
include: Very 'Eavy Very 'Umble (1970, + 8 bonus tracks), Salisbury (1971,
+ 7 bonus tracks), Look At Yourself (1971, + 7 bonus tracks), Demons And
Wizards (1972, + 5 bonus tracks), The Magician's Birthday (1972, + 9 bonus
tracks), Live (1973, + bonus CD), Sweet Freedom (1973, + 6 bonus tracks),
Wonderworld (1974, + 6 bonus tracks). Thanks to Barry Hoffman for the
- Another contribution to our Uriah Heep ticket stubs online museum:
. It was sent by Marc Letrone, and it is our first 1972 one!
- Uwe Reuters' new Uriah Heep book, "One Way Or Another - Yearbook 2005"
is out now! For more details and ordering, please visit this website:
MORE HEEP... AND RELATED!
- A new band has been just formed by singer John Lawton (ex-Uriah Heep and
Lucifer's Friend): it's called On The Rocks, and it also features the
Dutch guitar player Jan Dum?, ex-member of prog rock band Focus.
Completing the lineup are top Brazilian players, although the sound style
is defined as being of mainly British/Dutch influence. New live dates, a
studio CD and a live DVD are planned for this year! Watch this space for
more news soon.
- Don't forget: Ken Hensley to be featured on the TV show "Hit-Giganten"
(Hit Giants) that will be broadcasted throughout on the SAT1 channel on
May 31st in prime time! Also on the bill: Toto, Ritchie Blackmore,
Scorpions, Fish, John Miles and others. Also, new messages by Ken Hensley
are now available at
, talking about his new book and other projects.
- "Roller", a Trevor Bolder composition recorded by Uriah Heep on their
1977 album "Innocent Victim", is now included on its original version on
the Spiders From Mars CD, re-released today in Japan as a miniature LP
sleeve CD. Details here:
. Thanks to Taasan for the info.
- Grzegorz Kupczyk, a Polish singer who was part of Turbo and CETI, is
releasing next Monday through Metal Mind Records a new CD called "Memories",
containing a number of 70s classic rock tunes. Included are Uriah Heep's
"Gypsy" and "July Morning" plus other selections originally recorded by
Deep Purple, Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath. For more details:
. Thanks to Dmitry Epstein for the info.