David Coverdale of Whitesnake--New Interview!
5/13/2011 3:32:00 PM by Frank

David Coverdale formed Whitesnake in 1977 and he and the band have been slithering up the charts and striking the perfected rock chord ever since. With the release of FOREVERMORE, Whitesnake is coiled for yet another carnivorous consumption and it is clear that Whitesnake is here to stay. Released in the US in March, FOREVERMORE finds founder/singer/songwriter David Coverdale and company returning to their no-holds-barred, bluesiest, sexiest rock n' roll roots.

Read our new interview with David here: [Interview Link]

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