Whitesnake have signed a new record deal – but so far frontman David Coverdale is refusing to say who this is with.
Glenn Hughes has confirmed he’s the vocalist in a new ‘supergroup’.
So, the Big Four of thrash are playing shows together next year. Which got us thinking. What else might rival the combination of Metallica, Slayer, Megadeth and Anthrax, in terms of excitement? Come inside for 10 suggestions, some more feasible than others…
Steve Vai has revealed that he nearly joined Whitesnake on stage at the Download Festival this year.
“Thank you – thank you very much… listen, I sincerely, sincerely apologise – I have no f**king voice left.” Watch video footage of Whitesnake frontman David Coverdale being forced to curtail his performance Tuesday night (August 11) at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Denver, Colorado.
Last night’s Whitesnake concert at Red Rocks Amphitheatre, near Denver, Colorado, was cut short after just four songs. Classic Rock just received this email from concerned reader Kenny Mathers: Guys, Don’t know if you’ve heard this but there are serious concerns being raised over singer David Coverdale’s ability to carry on with Whitesnake. He had to cancel a concert last night (August 11) after four songs amid rumours the whole…
“I’m a rock’n’roll ventriloquist,” explains Whitesnake frontman.