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Still... Good to Be Bad
$15.70
Still... Good to Be Bad
$10.93
Love Songs 2020 Remix
$14.98
The ROCK Album 2020 Remix
$12.89
Slide It In 35th Anniversary Remix
$32.41
Slip Of The Tongue 2019
$49.99
Flesh & Blood
$11.98
Slide It In: The 2019
$51.78
Slide It In 2019
$8.89
Unzipped
$52.98
The Purple Tour: Live
$20.00
Slip of the Tongue
$17.11
1987: 30th Anniversary
$54.25
The Purple Album
$19.37
The Purple Album
$27.86
Come An Get It
$16.10
Trouble
$39.33
Good To Be Bad
$17.31
Best of: WHITESNAKE
$9.07
Love Hunter
$9.99
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Live Photos of Whitesnake

Whitesnake at Tallinn, Estonia in Saku Suurhall 2022
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Fan Reviews

Rob
May 26th 2022
It was a great night out in Cardiff,doors opened at 6pm the merchandise was out ready and the crowds were flocking in. Europe kicked off the night and it was brilliant to see them live. Foreigner was had a hard act to follow but they weren't bad and finally the bittersweet moment came to have the sensational David Coverdale and Whitesnake in on stage to play the last ever gig of the UK leg of the farewell tour it was an emotional time for all on stage as well as the audience but he had the welshsnake choir sending him off the only way we know Loudly and each and every voice probably paying for it afterwards
Cardiff, United Kingdom@
Motorpoint Arena Cardiff
Andy
May 18th 2022
It was great to see DC this one last time, before he hangs up his mic. Shame his voice is now not what it once was. He struggled, to put it mildly. I’ve been a big fan, for nearly 50 years, and I don’t criticise lightly. Happy retirement David.
London, United Kingdom@
The O2
DAVID
June 21st 2019
🤟🌠🤟 ... SEMPRE BELLO SENTIRE UN CONCERTO PIENO DI " CLASSICI " SENZA TEMPO DA UN'ĘPOCA ORAMAI , PURTROPPO , LONTANA / ANDATA ... 🌟 CON UN BEL GRUPPO AFFIATATO SEPPURE LA VOCE , OVVIAMENTE , NON È QUELLA DI UNA VOLTA ... ⭐ PECCATO CHE SIA STATA PER ME LA PRIMA VOLTA OGGI ... 🤟🌠🤟
Assago, Italy@
Mediolanum Forum
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About Whitesnake

Whitesnake is a hard rock band, founded in 1977 by David Coverdale (formerly of Deep Purple). They were active primarily in the 1980s, but still tour, albeit with an entirely new line-up (bar Coverdale), to this day.

Some of the most famous musicians who have joined the band for a time were: Jon Lord, Ian Paice, Cozy Powell, Neil Murray, Bernie Marsden, Micky Moody, Rudy Sarzo, John Sykes, Adrian Vandenberg, Vivian Campbell, Tommy Aldridge and Steve Vai.

The band's early material has been compared by critics to Deep Purple, not only because three past members of the band were once in Deep Purple, but also because of their sound and influences. Later, the band took on a sound more in line with the hair metal style popular in the mid to late 80s, although they never truly left their blues-rock roots behind

Formed in the late 1970s by David Coverdale after leaving Deep Purple, Whitesnake were originally a blues rock band with Jon Lord and Ian Paice from Deep Purple in the band. Despite several albums and constant touring, Whitesnake was unable to attain any significant commercial success.

After acquaintance with Chris Cuttler, Fred Frith and most importantly, young guitarist John Sykes, David Coverdale decided to turn to a harder, more commercially viable sound. Whitesnake made their first splash in the states in 1984 with "Slide It In", featuring the self-titled single as well as "Slow An' Easy".

Three years later, thanks to radio friendly Zeppelin-ish songwriting and MTV friendly Tawny Kitaen's automobile acrobatics, Whitesnake became superstars with the "[album]Whitesnake[/album] (entitled "[album]1987[/album]" in Europe, and "[album]Serpens Albus[/album]" in Japan) album. Containing the US smash hits "Here I Go Again", "Is This Love", "Still of the Night" and others, the album eventually sold over 10 million copies.

In something of a surprise move, Coverdale replaced the entire band for the subsequent tour, ditching Sykes for guitarists Adrian Vandenberg and Vivian Campbell. Also joining the band at this point were bassist Rudy Sarzo and drummer Tommy Aldrich.

Campbell left shortly after the tour (going on to replace Steve Clark in Def Leppard. Vandenberg, despite penning most of the material on the follow-up album, was unable to record due to a freak wrist injury. Guitar virtuoso Steve Vai was brought in to record all of the guitar parts for "[album]Slip of the Tongue[/album]", which was released in the spring of 1989. Despite going platinum, the album did not reach the stratospheric heights of "[album]Whitesnake[/album] (entitled "[album]1987[/album]" in Europe, and "[album]Serpens Albus[/album]" in Japan). With a divorce looming, and the alternative 'grunge' movement threatening to destroy the melodic rock movement, Coverdale dissolved Whitesnake.

In the late 90s, David Coverdale and Adrian Vandenberg finally recorded together again. Initially intended to be a Coverdale solo effort, the Whitesnake name was eventually attached (much like the Tony Iommi/Black Sabbath projects of the late 80s). The resulting products were a new studio album entitled "[album]Restless Heart[/album]", and the live acoustic set, "[album]Starkers In Tokyo[/album]".

In the early 2000's Coverdale relaunched Whitesnake fully with an entirely new lineup centred around guitarists Reb Beach and Doug Aldrich (previously of Winger and Lion/Dio). This Whitesnake embarked on tours across the globe, releasing the "Live In the Still of the Night" DVD and "Live... In the Shadow of the Blues" on CD in 2006. A new studio album, "Good to be Bad", is due in May 2008, with touring to follow.
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Genres:
Hard Rock, Rock

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Send a request to Whitesnake to play in your city
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Live Photos of Whitesnake

Whitesnake at Tallinn, Estonia in Saku Suurhall 2022
View All Photos

Whitesnake merch
amazonview store

Still... Good to Be Bad
$15.70
Still... Good to Be Bad
$10.93
Love Songs 2020 Remix
$14.98
The ROCK Album 2020 Remix
$12.89
Slide It In 35th Anniversary Remix
$32.41
Slip Of The Tongue 2019
$49.99
Flesh & Blood
$11.98
Slide It In: The 2019
$51.78
Slide It In 2019
$8.89
Unzipped
$52.98
The Purple Tour: Live
$20.00
Slip of the Tongue
$17.11
1987: 30th Anniversary
$54.25
The Purple Album
$19.37
The Purple Album
$27.86
Come An Get It
$16.10
Trouble
$39.33
Good To Be Bad
$17.31
Best of: WHITESNAKE
$9.07
Love Hunter
$9.99
View All

Fan Reviews

Rob
May 26th 2022
It was a great night out in Cardiff,doors opened at 6pm the merchandise was out ready and the crowds were flocking in. Europe kicked off the night and it was brilliant to see them live. Foreigner was had a hard act to follow but they weren't bad and finally the bittersweet moment came to have the sensational David Coverdale and Whitesnake in on stage to play the last ever gig of the UK leg of the farewell tour it was an emotional time for all on stage as well as the audience but he had the welshsnake choir sending him off the only way we know Loudly and each and every voice probably paying for it afterwards
Cardiff, United Kingdom@
Motorpoint Arena Cardiff
Andy
May 18th 2022
It was great to see DC this one last time, before he hangs up his mic. Shame his voice is now not what it once was. He struggled, to put it mildly. I’ve been a big fan, for nearly 50 years, and I don’t criticise lightly. Happy retirement David.
London, United Kingdom@
The O2
DAVID
June 21st 2019
🤟🌠🤟 ... SEMPRE BELLO SENTIRE UN CONCERTO PIENO DI " CLASSICI " SENZA TEMPO DA UN'ĘPOCA ORAMAI , PURTROPPO , LONTANA / ANDATA ... 🌟 CON UN BEL GRUPPO AFFIATATO SEPPURE LA VOCE , OVVIAMENTE , NON È QUELLA DI UNA VOLTA ... ⭐ PECCATO CHE SIA STATA PER ME LA PRIMA VOLTA OGGI ... 🤟🌠🤟
Assago, Italy@
Mediolanum Forum
View More Fan Reviews

About Whitesnake

Whitesnake is a hard rock band, founded in 1977 by David Coverdale (formerly of Deep Purple). They were active primarily in the 1980s, but still tour, albeit with an entirely new line-up (bar Coverdale), to this day.

Some of the most famous musicians who have joined the band for a time were: Jon Lord, Ian Paice, Cozy Powell, Neil Murray, Bernie Marsden, Micky Moody, Rudy Sarzo, John Sykes, Adrian Vandenberg, Vivian Campbell, Tommy Aldridge and Steve Vai.

The band's early material has been compared by critics to Deep Purple, not only because three past members of the band were once in Deep Purple, but also because of their sound and influences. Later, the band took on a sound more in line with the hair metal style popular in the mid to late 80s, although they never truly left their blues-rock roots behind

Formed in the late 1970s by David Coverdale after leaving Deep Purple, Whitesnake were originally a blues rock band with Jon Lord and Ian Paice from Deep Purple in the band. Despite several albums and constant touring, Whitesnake was unable to attain any significant commercial success.

After acquaintance with Chris Cuttler, Fred Frith and most importantly, young guitarist John Sykes, David Coverdale decided to turn to a harder, more commercially viable sound. Whitesnake made their first splash in the states in 1984 with "Slide It In", featuring the self-titled single as well as "Slow An' Easy".

Three years later, thanks to radio friendly Zeppelin-ish songwriting and MTV friendly Tawny Kitaen's automobile acrobatics, Whitesnake became superstars with the "[album]Whitesnake[/album] (entitled "[album]1987[/album]" in Europe, and "[album]Serpens Albus[/album]" in Japan) album. Containing the US smash hits "Here I Go Again", "Is This Love", "Still of the Night" and others, the album eventually sold over 10 million copies.

In something of a surprise move, Coverdale replaced the entire band for the subsequent tour, ditching Sykes for guitarists Adrian Vandenberg and Vivian Campbell. Also joining the band at this point were bassist Rudy Sarzo and drummer Tommy Aldrich.

Campbell left shortly after the tour (going on to replace Steve Clark in Def Leppard. Vandenberg, despite penning most of the material on the follow-up album, was unable to record due to a freak wrist injury. Guitar virtuoso Steve Vai was brought in to record all of the guitar parts for "[album]Slip of the Tongue[/album]", which was released in the spring of 1989. Despite going platinum, the album did not reach the stratospheric heights of "[album]Whitesnake[/album] (entitled "[album]1987[/album]" in Europe, and "[album]Serpens Albus[/album]" in Japan). With a divorce looming, and the alternative 'grunge' movement threatening to destroy the melodic rock movement, Coverdale dissolved Whitesnake.

In the late 90s, David Coverdale and Adrian Vandenberg finally recorded together again. Initially intended to be a Coverdale solo effort, the Whitesnake name was eventually attached (much like the Tony Iommi/Black Sabbath projects of the late 80s). The resulting products were a new studio album entitled "[album]Restless Heart[/album]", and the live acoustic set, "[album]Starkers In Tokyo[/album]".

In the early 2000's Coverdale relaunched Whitesnake fully with an entirely new lineup centred around guitarists Reb Beach and Doug Aldrich (previously of Winger and Lion/Dio). This Whitesnake embarked on tours across the globe, releasing the "Live In the Still of the Night" DVD and "Live... In the Shadow of the Blues" on CD in 2006. A new studio album, "Good to be Bad", is due in May 2008, with touring to follow.
Show More
Genres:
Hard Rock, Rock

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