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Rod Evans

Rod Evans

Real/full name:
Roderic Evans
75 (born Jan 19th, 1947)
Place of birth:
United Kingdom (Slough, Berkshire, England)


After being fired from Deep Purple, Rod Evans became a director of respiratory therapy at the West American hospital until 1980.

In 1980 he was convinced to tour under the Deep Purple moniker with some unknown musicians, playing the band's most well-known songs written after he had been fired. The few shows they played resulted in hostile reactions from the crowds, who had been expecting the ...

Captain Beyond

Vocals (1971-1973)

Deep Purple

Vocals (1968-1969)

1968 Hush (Single) Vocals
1968 Shades of Deep Purple Vocals
1968 Kentucky Woman (Single) Vocals
1968 The Book of Taliesyn Vocals
1969 I'm So Glad (Single) Vocals
1969 Emmaretta (Single) Vocals
1969 River Deep Mountain High (Single) Vocals
1969 Help (Single) Vocals
1969 Deep Purple Vocals (lead)
1970 Best of Deep Purple (Compilation) Vocals
1972 The Best of Deep Purple (Compilation) Vocals
1972 Purple Passages (Compilation) Vocals (lead)
1973 April (Single) Vocals
1973 Mark I & II (Compilation) Vocals (tracks 1-8, side A)
1977 The Bird Has Flown (Single) Vocals (tracks 1, 3)
1991 Heavy Metal Pioneers (Video) Vocals
1993 Purple Rainbows (Split) Vocals
2002 Inglewood - Live in California (Live album) Vocals
2004 Live on the BBC (Live album) Vocals (Tracks 9 & 10)
2009 History, Hits & Highlights '68-'76 (Video) Vocals
2009 Space Truckin Round the World Live (Live album) Vocals (lead)
2011 Hush / Speed King (Single) Vocals (track 1)
2011 The BBC Sessions 1968-1970 (Live album) Vocals (Disc 1)
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Deep Purple (Bogus)

Vocals (1980)


Vocals (1968)

The Maze

Vocals (1966-1968)

The MI 5

Vocals (1966)

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