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Whitesnake (UK)

Whitesnake are an English hard rock band, founded in 1978 by vocalist David Coverdale (formerly of Deep Purple) in North Yorkshire, UK. The current line-up of the band also include Joel Hoekstra (lead guitar), Reb Beach (rhythm guitar), Michael Devin (bass), Brian Ruedy (keyboards) and Tommy Aldridge (drums). While the group's membership has fluctuated, Coverdale remains the heart and soul of the band.

In their early years, Whitesnake played in a hard-edged blues rock and heavy metal influenced style. By the mid-80s, the band had moved towards a more commercially friendly arena rock and pop metal ethos, garnering them major hits such as "Love Ain't No Stranger", "Now You're Gone", "Slide It In", "Still of the Night", and the i...

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The Dead Daisies

The Dead Daisies nucleus was formed when singer-songwriter Jon Stevens got together with guitarist David Lowy. “I was looking to do something new,” Lowy remembers. “I hadn’t done any music for a couple of years, and David Edwards, who worked with INXS for many years, reintroduced me to Jon, ” They got together with a couple of guitars and six hours later they had written twelve songs and The Dead Daisies were born”, “Now that’s chemistry!!

The powerful musical collective is created by a rotating line-up that features some of the best Rock musicians on the planet with a sound that’s influenced by late ‘70s and early ‘80s hard rock, in that soulful Bad Company meets Foreigner via The Faces kind of vibe – big choruses, powerful m...

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