Somewhere in between of looking for a new guitar player and warding off fridge intruders, David Coverdale also has been building in Reno, Nevada, a new studio for his band:
Thanks to Whitesnake TV for the clip.
Posted by Nick Soveiko on Saturday, July 19th, 2014,
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Perfect place for a studio. Legal gambling. Legal prostitution. Whee!
I think that lots of good stuff will be recorded there! Good on you mate!!!!!!
I hope the music gets better though!
Why not “take over” the guitarist from California Breed? And also “the other two carachters” – would be a very interesting band. And “Burn” would be sung as it should be……..two vocalists. I ofcourse realize it would never happen (the band) – but maybe the “Burn-thing” could happen if California Breed went on tour with Whitesnake.
A very nice “I wish it would be” story.
I imagine he prefers to record in his own studio so he can tinker with his vocals, thereby improving upon the sound of his deteriorated voice. There is a marked difference between his studio vocal and live. Such disparity is sad when one considers how great he once sounded. I wish he’d disband Whitesnake and return his blues roots, or even some acoustic setting such as ‘Starkers In Tokyo’.
Hey David…get Kee Marcello in your band!! Kee is fantastic!!
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