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Whitesnake

Classic Rock

Under $100,000

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Whitesnake Biography

Whitesnake Biography

The British rock band Whitesnake formed in England in 1978. Following David Coverdale’s exit from the band Deep Purple, he began touring and performing, with the White Snake Band as his backup group. During this time, Coverdale released the albums White Snake (1977) and Northwinds (1978) as solo endeavors, but established Whitesnake as an official group shortly thereafter.

Whitesnake made its official debut with the album Trouble, followed by Lovehunter in 1979, before breaking through mainstream music with the smash hit album Reading an’ Willing (1980.) The album featured the hit song “Fool for your Loving” and set the stage for a series of successful albums, including: Come an’ Get It (1981), Saints & Sinners (1982), Slide it In (1994), Whitesnake (1987), Slip of the Tongue (1989), and Restless Heart (1997.)

Whitesnake enjoyed its greatest level of success with its self-titled album from 1987, which featured the iconic hits “Here I Go Again” and “Is This Love.” “Here I Go Again” has experienced the most enduring success, making its way into pop culture as an emblem of the 1980’s. The song has been featured in films such as Rock of Ages, Old School, and Bad Teacher. It has also been featured in the hit television series How I Met Your Mother and American Dad.  

Whitesnake launched a hiatus in the late 1980’s but reunited in 2002 with an extensive tour. Two more albums followed after: Good to be Bad (2008) and Forevermore (2011.) Most recently, Whitesnake released the live DVD Made in Japan (2013), and announced plans to return to the studio for another studio album. Whitesnake continues to tour and perform with the current lineup of David Coverdale, Tommy Aldridge, Doug Aldrich, Reb Beach, Michael Devin, and Brian Ruedy.

 


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