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David Coverdale being interviewed for rheinhaus.com

David Coverdale was a guest on US syndicated radio show In The Studio on the occasion of 25th anniversary of the eponymous ’87 album, The conversation meandered far enough to touch his departure from Purple and management problems of the early Whitesnake days. You can listen to it online at In The Studio’s website (requires flash player).

Some time last year he also gave an interview to German TV, where he talks about his connection to that country, says ‘hi’ to his granddaughters, and speaks how the reunion with Bernie Marsden came together. You can watch the interview at rheinraus.com.

Thanks to Blabbermouth and Daniel Bengtsson for the info.



10 Comments to “Coverdale interviews”:

  1. 1
    Yvonne says:

    To be precise: The TV interview was conducted in November 2011 for the “EMP Rock Invasion” series on the German DMAX channel. The ‘esteemed’ Mr. Bengtsson could have found this out by doing some research on his own, for a change, instead of repeatedly stealing my news I post as ‘Lioness’ on the Glenn Hughes forum – LOL!
    http://www.glennhughes.com/fanforum/showthread.php?p=50347#post50347

  2. 2
    Tracy Heyder (Zero the Hero) says:

    Roger Glover and Ian Gillan will guest on ‘In the Studio’ the week of April 16th for a special about the 40th Aniversary of ‘Machinehead’….

    Cheers

  3. 3
    purplepriest1965 says:

    Will there be a Anniversary of Live In Japan or are they ignoring that again?

    Like a guy wrote some time ago about him and his little son who went along with his fathers passion for DP. :

    The kid has a high sensibility for the bullshit factor.
    This after comp[aring Live In japan and ROTD. : )

  4. 4
    purplepriest1965 says:

    Yesterday I downloaded this one (forgot already wher I found it, maybe a link will follow later) :

    I saw a YT ages ago with BURN on it, cant remeber the footage though, might have been audio only.
    Does someone know more about this event?

    TEXT INFO :

    David Coverdale and Glenn Hughes – Wiltern Theatre LA CA 15-12-2000

    David Coverdale, Glenn Hughes, Marc Bonilla,
    The Dragon Choir and Ronnie Montrose live in the
    Wiltern Theatre Los Angeles CA on the Mark and Brian
    Christmas show on the 15th of December 2000.

    Tracks:
    01 Give Me All Your Love
    02 Here I Go Again
    03 We Wish You A Merry Christmas
    04 The Resurrection Shuffle
    05 Burn
    06 Gimme Some Lovin’

    Track 1-3 voc David Coverdale
    Tracks 4,6 voc Glenn Hughes
    Track 5 voc Coverdale / Hughes

    Artwork included…

    CDR from trade – EAC – TLH (flac level 8)

    Notes: Average quality.

  5. 5
    purplepriest1965 says:

    http://theultimatebootlegexperience2.blogspot.com/2012/03/david-coverdale-and-glenn-hughes-2000.html

  6. 6
    Yvonne says:

    @ purplepriest

    You’ll find some pics of Glenn and DC from that time on this link

    http://historiacolorpurpura.blogspot.de/2009/12/coverdale-hughes-christmas-show-2000.html

  7. 7
    purplepriest1965 says:

    THANX yVONNE.

    Very cute pics of dave and glenn.
    Never saw those.

  8. 8
    Yvonne says:

    Dave??? Chuckle – don’t let DC hear this. He’ll give you a bashing. LOL

  9. 9
    purplepriest1965 says:

    I know : )

    But what do I care?

    Apart from still wanting his autograph…..

    He really lost my respect when he pulled that NAZI trick way back when I watched him live in 1994 in Tilburg with Vandenberg.

    Seeing him betray “photographerfans” in the audience to the security bu using that “I m looking into the crowd gesture” above his eyes…….

    Next to that is my grieve he betrayed the Old Snakes.

  10. 10
    wenceslaus says:

    I was so astonished when DC noticed” BURN” printed black T Shirt and pointed at me when he sang Stormbinger-BURN

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