Whitesnake’s David Coverdale Gives ‘Merry Christmas’ Video Message as ‘Santa Snake’
I'm dreaming of a Whitesnake Christmas.
Whitesnake Cancel 2020 Tour Due to David Coverdale’s Surgery
Singer calls off shows for the rest of the year to repair a bilateral inguinal hernia.
Whitesnake’s David Coverdale: Meditation, Love + Ritchie Blackmore
We spoke to the rock legend ahead of Whitesnake's 'Flesh & Blood' album release.
Whitesnake’s David Coverdale Selling ‘Spectacular’ Lake Tahoe Retreat for $9.8 Million
View from front door of singer's house is touted as "one of the most spectacular sights on the planet."
David Coverdale Says Deep Purple ‘Prevented’ Ritchie Blackmore’s Rock Hall Attendance
Former member reports he has time only for Glenn Hughes and he’s happy others will remain “ex-colleagues.”
David Coverdale Preparing ‘Seriously Whitesnake’ Album
David Coverdale revealed that Whitesnake are preparing a new album for release next year.
David Coverdale Says ‘I Thought I Was Done’ Before Whitesnake’s Breakthrough: Exclusive Interview
At first glance, it’s the incredible commercial success of Whitesnake's self-titled album from 1987 that sticks out.
How David Coverdale Returned From the Abyss With ‘Whitesnake’
David Coverdale got it right by self-titling this album, because it was indeed the band's definitive achievement.
When David Coverdale and Jimmy Page Made an Album Together
Two veterans were eager to prove themselves outside of their famous bands.
Watch Glenn Hughes Join David Coverdale Onstage for a Deep Purple Song
The audience at Whitesnake's June 9 tour stop in Beverly Hills received a welcome surprise when Glenn Hughes, frontman David Coverdale's former bandmate in Deep Purple, stopped by to lend his vocals to a performance of the Purple classic "Lay Down, Stay Down."
David Coverdale Reveals More Details About Abandoned Deep Purple Reunion Project
If you were disappointed to learn that Whitesnake's new album rose out of a botched reunion effort between former Deep Purple bandmates David Coverdale and Ritchie Blackmore, you may want to stop reading this now, because the project could have been even more tantalizing than we realized.