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David Coverdale

by Alexandra Mrozowska – Senior Columnist – Perhaps the most unique thing about Whitesnake is that this four- or five-piece band is in fact a one man’s band in many respects and that the frequent personal changes within their line-up are nothing surprising. Whitesnake is then a band [...]
by Marija Brettle – Columnist – The Robin 2, Concert Venue in Wolverhampton, April 23. 2014 – After almost two decades, former Whitesnake and outstanding rock guitarist Adrian Vandenberg is finally back in music with the brand new band Vandenberg’s MoonKings and self-titled [...]
by John Kindred – Publisher – Doug Aldrich’s career can be traced all the way back to Lion, the ‘80s hard rock band. He recorded albums with Hurricane and House of Lords before forming Bad Moon Rising with Lion vocalist Kal Swan. His next project was Burning Rain, which was formed [...]
by Alissa Ordabai – Senior Columnist – A document of disintegration of a once dazzling band, this release also shows what dissatisfaction can bring out in true artists. In 9 years time Deep Purple would resurrect with swaggering assurance, but already without David Coverdale and Glenn [...]
by Marcel Groeneveld Staff Writer – December 3rd, 2011, at De MuziekCentrum in Enschede, Netherlands This nights event is not just a normal rock event for Whitesnake’s Forevermore world tour, as the tour already came to the Netherlands some 5 months ago. This night was a sign of respect [...]
by John Kindred Staff Writer August 9, 2011 at The Midland Theater in Kansas City, MO. Since the retooled Whitesnake returned to the stage for the bands 25th anniversary in 2002, Coverdale and company have released two studio albums; ’08’s Good To Be Bad and ’11’s Forevermore, a [...]
by John Kindred Staff Writer Classic Albums Revisited: Blue Murder John Sykes (Tygers of Pan Tang, Thin Lizzy, Whitesnake, Blue Murder, Sykes), the man behind the successful Whitesnake self-titled CD, which was an enormous international success, selling more than six million copies in the U.S. [...]