David Coverdale backing bands - transformed into Whitesnake (1976–1978) Whitesnake wasn't so much formed, as evolved. It was put together during the process of David Coverdale's post-Deep Purple solo career.
David Coverdale (Saltburn-by-the-Sea, Inglaterra, 22 de setembro de 1951) é um cantor e compositor inglês, mais conhecido por ser vocalista e líder do grupo britânico de hard rock/heavy metal Whitesnake . Além do Whitesnake, teve importante passagem pela banda britânica de hard rock Deep Purple
David Coverdale op het Arrow Rock Festival 2008, Nijmegen David Coverdale ( Saltburn-by-the-Sea ( Yorkshire ), 22 september 1951 ) is een Britse rockzanger (in 2007 liet hij zich naturaliseren tot Amerikaans staatsburger, al blijft hij ook de Britse nationaliteit houden), bekend van Whitesnake en daarvoor Deep Purple .
Starkers in Tokyo is a live acoustic album by English rock band Whitesnake, released only in Japan on 9 September 1997.It is performed in the style of the Unplugged series and simply features David Coverdale on vocals and Adrian Vandenberg on acoustic guitar.
Sep 22, 2021 · Courtesy of Whitesnake. Here’s wishing a very Happy 70th Birthday to Whitesnake frontman David Coverdale.. Asked how he plans to celebrate the milestone, the British rocker tells ABC Audio, “I’m going to ignore it,” adding with good humor, “It’s not 70, by the way, it’s 69 plus one, so you can stick that in your old pipe…and light it.
Walking into Clarksdale is the only studio album by Jimmy Page and Robert Plant, both formerly of English rock band Led Zeppelin. It was released by Atlantic Records on 21 April 1998. Walking into Clarksdale took 35 days to record. The album was recorded and mixed by Steve Albini over a five-month period at Abbey Road Studios.
The group was originally put together as the backing band for singer David Coverdale, who had recently left Deep Purple. Though the band quickly developed into their own entity, Coverdale is the only constant member throughout their history. Whitesnake enjoyed much success in the UK, Europe and Japan through their early years.