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Whitesnake: A Constantly Reformed Rock Band

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Whitesnake is a hard rock band from Great Britain. The current members of Whitesnake are: David Coverdale (vocals), Doug Aldrich (guitar), Reb Beach (guitar), Uriah Duffy (bass), Tommy Aldridge (drums) and Timothy Drury (keyboards). In January 1978, David Coverdale formed Whitesnake, he had already recorded two albums as a solo artist, one of them called White Snake. The original members of Whitesnake included him, drummer Dave Dowle, Neil Murray, Brian Johnston, Bernie Marsden and Micky Moody. In 1980, the road to stardom of Whitesnake began with the release of their album Ready an’ Willing but in 1982, the entire lineup of the band changed and only David Coverdale and Jon Lord remained in it. The band disappeared from 1990 to 1994 when Coverdale reformed it with new members. The change of members in Whitesnake continued from 1994 to 1999 when David Coverdale fired the rest of the band and started his solo career one more time. In 2002, Whitesnake returned once again.

The discography of Whitesnake includes: Snakebite, Trouble, Ready An’ Willing, Lovehunter, Live…In The Heart Of The City, Come an’ Get It, Saints & Sinners, Slide It In, Whitesnake, Slip Of The Tongue, Greatest Hits, Restless Heart, Starkers In Tokyo and Definitive Collection. Some songs of this band are: “Fool For Your Loving”, “Here I Go Again”, “Give Me More Time”, “Give Me All Your Love”, “Is This Love”, “Still Of The Night”, “Slip Of The Tongue”, “Now You’re Gone”, and “The Deeper The Love.”

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