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  2. David and Cindy married in 1997 and went on to raise a son, Jasper, in the serene natural sanctuary that is Incline Village. Nestled among boulders and mature trees high above Lake Tahoe’s blue expanse, the Coverdale Estate boasts more than 9,000 square feet of living space along with panoramic views and privacy on a gated acre-plus of prime land.

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    Coverdale was born on 22 September 1951, in Saltburn-by-the-Sea, Redcar and Cleveland, England. His love for music developed early. Around the age of 14, he began performing professionally as he wanted to be a singer. He developed his style of singing then. "I don't think my voice had broken," he explained to Soundsin 1974. "And that's when I first...

    Deep Purple

    In 1973, Coverdale saw an article in a copy of Melody Maker, which said that Deep Purple was auditioning for singers to replace Ian Gillan. Coverdale was the frontman of a local group called The Government. They had played with Deep Purple in 1969. So both he and the band knew one another. Coverdale first sent a tape to the band. Then, he auditioned to become a singer. He was admitted into the band, with bassist Glenn Hughesbeing another vocalist. In February 1974, Deep Purple released their...


    After the end of Deep Purple, Coverdale started a solo career. He released his first album in February 1977. It was called White Snake. All songs were written by Coverdale and guitarist Micky Moody. Coverdale later said about this album: "It's very difficult to think back and talk sensibly about the first album. White Snakehad been a very inward looking, reflective and low-key affair in many ways, written and recorded as it was in the aftermath of the collapse of Deep Purple." Even though the...

    Early Whitesnake era

    After recording Northwinds, Coverdale soon formed the band Whitesnake. Bernie Marsden and Micky Moody played guitar in the band. It began as a touring band for Coverdale's first solo album. But, it soon developed into a full-time band. In early 1978, the band released the Snakebite EP. It was repackaged later. It was released as a full album called Snakebite, released in June 1978, with the B-side taken from Coverdale's Northwinds album. For the next album, Trouble, Coverdale was joined by hi...

    Re-formation of Whitesnake

    Whitesnake became very popular in the UK, Europe, and Asia, but not in North America. In 1984, the album Slide It In finally entered the US charts (reaching #40). But it did not reach high enough to be considered a hit. When Slide It In was going to be released in the US, Coverdale made a calculated attempt at changing Whitesnake's sound and look. He recruited John Sykes from the remnants of Thin Lizzy for this. Sykes brought a more contemporary, aggressive guitar sound with him. He also had...

    Coverdale and Page

    The hiatus did not last long. In the early spring of 1991, Coverdale collaborated with guitarist Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin fame. Both of them have said that the collaboration revitalized them on many levels. This collaboration led to the Coverdale-Page album. It was released in March 1993. The album was a hit all over the world. It reached number 4 in the UK and number 5 in the US. It was certified Platinum in the US on 7 April 1995. But the US tour for the album had to be cancelled due to s...

    Return of Whitesnake

    In 1994 Coverdale assembled a new line-up of Whitesnake (with the exception of Coverdale's musical partner, guitarist Adrian Vandenberg and bassist Rudy Sarzo, both of whom had been in Whitesnake since 1987). Whitesnake was to tour for the release of their Greatest Hits album. The band again broke-up after the tour. After this Coverdale once again went away from the music business, for three years. In 1997 Coverdale returned and released Restless Heart (with Vandenberg on guitar). The album w...

    Back to solo

    In 2000 Coverdale released his first solo album in 22 years, titled Into The Light. The album was not a hit. But it did return Coverdale to the music business.

    Re-reformation of Whitesnake

    In December 2002, Coverdale re-reformed Whitesnake for an American and European tour, with Tommy Aldridge on drums, Marco Mendoza (bass), Doug Aldrich (guitar), Reb Beach (guitar) and keyboardist Timothy Drury. In 2004-2005, Whitesnake went on a tour of the United States, South America and Europe. A live DVD, shot during the 2005 tour at the legendary Hammersmith Apollo was released in February 2006. In June 2006, Coverdale signed a new record deal with Steamhammer Records. The first release...

    Coverdale was first married in 1974 to Julia, and their daughter Jessica was born in 1978. Coverdale's second marriage was to actress Tawny Kitaen, from 17 February 1989. They divorced in April 1991. Kitaen was known for her provocative appearances in Whitesnake's music videos for "Here I Go Again", "Is This Love" and "Still of the Night." Since 19...


    1977 White Snake 1978 Northwinds 1. The first two solo albums were also released as one 2-disc album The Early Yearsin 2003 1990 "The Last Note Of Freedom" - song featured on the Days of Thunder soundtrack 1993 Coverdale and Page (with Jimmy Page) 2000 Into the Light

    Guest appearances & other projects

    1974 Roger Glover - The Butterfly Ball and the Grasshopper's Feast ("Behind the Smile") 1974 Jon Lord - Windows - 2nd Movement, Gemini 1976 Eddie Hardin - Wizard's Convention ("Money To Burn") 1978 Barbi Benton - Ain't That Just The Way (co-writer of "Up In The Air") 1989 Steve Vai - Passion and Warfare ("For the Love of God") 2000 Bernie Marsden - And About Time Too ("Who's Fooling Who", live recording from '81, only on reissue of the album) 2003 Tony Franklin - Wonderland("Sunshine Lady")

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  4. Feb 21, 2006 · 20?s with David Coverdale the face of Whitesnake. Mr. David Coverdale has aged well. Doing a 20 Questions with David Coverdale is and was a great thing for Metal Sludge. Afterall, this guy was laying down vocals when most hairbands were laying down for naps in kindercare. What more can be said for a man who has a career spanning 30+ years.

  5. May 09, 2021 · Kitaen had two daughters with ex-husband Chuck Finley. Her daughters' names are Wynter Merin Finley, 28 and Raine Finley, 22. Kitaen posted photos of herself with her daughters often. In March, she dedicated her post to her Wynter who was celebrating her 28th birthday. 4 Tawny Kitaen had two daughters Credit: Getty

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  6. Feb 17, 2014 · Great band. David Coverdale also did an album with Jimmy Page, called "Coverdale - Page". ... 80's Rock A-Z; ... 25 Things 80s and 90s Kids Remember Saying All the Time

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