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Jailhouse Rock in Saltburn-by-the-Sea

A lengthy interview with david Coverdale in the Antihero magazine provides a nice distraction certain criminal activities going on around us. Antihero Magazine: Taking you back, what would’ve been the first music that you remember hearing? David Coverdale: Oh, the first influential song? It’s so interesting, after losing my mom some years ago, I was […]

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Animals can play chess too

Couple of upcoming release from the family tree people. Bernie Marsden is releasing a solo album called Chess. I will be a second album in his Inspiration Series, which is a collection of tributes to the artists that helped inspire and shape his own style and taste. The first release in the series, Kings, came […]

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Advice on clean and sober living

Glenn Hughes and Doug Aldrich were interviewed on the Chuck Shute podcast. They spoke about Dead Daisies, David Coverdale, football and football, the Transformers, Keith Moon, Glenn’s addiction, saving the dolphins, and many other things.

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It is what it is

Rolling Stone magazine is on a family tree streak with an in-depth profile of Neil Murray for their Unknown Legends series. Was the cover of Lovehunter created to cause controversy? It’s pretty out there. I guess to an extent. But it was really more of a management idea than anything to do with the band. […]

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Twinkle, twinkle

Take a heavy rock song and turn into a lullaby? We could totally see how this could be done to Temple of the King, but Stargazer, Heaven and Hell, or The Last in Line? Surely not. Until someone did…

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Chewing up and spitting out

Another Rainbow related interview in the Rolling Stone’s Unknown Legends series — this time it’s an in-depth conversation with Bob Daisley, covering his career from a 3 year old listening to his parents’ Frank Sinatra records to the present day and pretty much everything in between. And that’s a lot of everything. Bob has stories […]

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25 years of Restless Heart

On October 29, 2021, Rhino Records in the US will release the 25th anniversary super deluxe edition of David Coverdale’s Restless Heart. The album was originally conceived and recorded as a DC solo album, but the record company insisted on releasing it under the ‘David Coverdale & Whitesnake’ moniker. The super deluxe box set (pictured […]

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‘Ere’s a Motrin suppository fo’ yah!

David Coverdale was a guest on Joe Bonamassa’s Live From Nerdville podcast yesterday, June 23.

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Hard enough to get into jeans

In his recent interview with Planet Rock radio David Coverdale doubles down on his decision to retire after the next tour: Last year we were supposed to do what was going to be my farewell tour, and it was sold out and it was amazing. Of course, everything was cancelled to Covid. So, God willing, […]

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Something epic is about to happen

Our favourite opera singer continues fangirling over Ronnie James Dio with her analysis of Rainbow’s Gates of Babylon.

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