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There is a rash

David Coverdale talks to the Rhino Podcast. Amidst promoting the latest Whitesnake compilation Love Songs, he mentioned that with the things being what they are, he might not be able to tour again until 2022-ish.

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Mixtapes and embellishments

David Coverdale spoke to eonmusic about various remixes, remasters and other embellishments of his back catalogue, prospects of Coveradle/Page reissue, and many other things. You wanted Rory [Gallagher] for Deep Purple, didn’t you, when Ritchie Blackmore left? I loved him so much that when Ritchie said he was leaving [in 1975], the first guitar player […]

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A little bit uplifted

David Coverdale recently spoke to The Cassius Morris Show podcast, and they’ve discussed how fast the bears move, ostrich eggs, box of tissues, changing wallpaper, revolving doors, baking, common sense of Yorkshiremen, Linda Lovelace, bastard children, and, occasionally, music.

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Ear candy instead of eye candy

David Coverdale spoke to WFPK radio which broadcasts out of Louisville, Kentucky. They talked about about Red, White and Blue trilogy of Whitesnake compilations, the state of his health (DC had his hernia surgery recently), the ongoing pandemic, and many other things.

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Six String Salute

Six String Salute was a virtual concert held on September 17 to support all the crew members who found themselves out of their jobs due to the pandemic. One of the numbers featured there was a “progressive arrangement” of Stormbringer done by Joel Hoekstra on guitar, Dino Jelusić (Animal Drive, Trans-Siberian Orchestra) on vocals, Virgil […]

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Red, white, and blues

The August 2020 issue of the Japanese Burrn! magazine (the one that has an extensive feature on Deep Purple’s new album) actually has David Coverdale as the cover story. The 10-page interview inside promotes Whitesnake’s latest release — The Rock Album compilation. Our Japanese correspondent Akemi Ono translated the more interesting tidbits from the article […]

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No grey in Whitesnake

David Coverdale is keeping himself busy these days by fluffing the duvets and doing interviews promoting various Whitesnake compilations.

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Entirely new game

Another interview with David Coverdale, in which he talks Slide It In remasters, his health issues, and offers his view of the post-pandemic world. When I got back from Asia [in March]… I started off in Australia, and the first show was in Melbourne. The second song is ‘Slide It In’, and there’s a big […]

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No quite yet

David Coverdale spoke to the Appetite for Distortion podcast clarifying his retirement comments from last week and he sounds like he’s not quite ready to retire yet: Appetite for Distortion · David Coverdale’s Slow an’ Easy approach to Quarantine | Ep. 189 I was asked a question, and I just thought it was amusing to […]

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Coverdale on his retirement

Speaking about “those who can afford to retire, will retire”, David Coverdale said just that in his interview to Talkin’ Rock with Meltdown on Detroit radio station WRIF. Besides retirement, he’s promoting a new Whitesnake compilation and talks about the fate of ’84 album, noting that 50% of that band is now gone. I have […]

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