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DAVID COVERDALE Says WHITESNAKE Could Continue With A New Singer


WHITESNAKE frontman David Coverdale has confirmed that the band’s current tour will be their last, however he says the heritage act could continue in the studio and even with a new singer.

Coverdale recently sat down with Mitch Lafon on The Jeremy White Show, where he spoke about WHITESNAKE possibly continuing as a studio project.

He said: “It’s not the performing that’s challenging for me. It’s the traveling. And I couldn’t travel any nicer, but it’s still very tiring on me. I’m working out like a motherf—er, so I have the energy. I’m energized by my band and the appreciative audiences. I think it’s going to be extraordinarily emotional at a lot of these shows. Because a lot of people have supported my work for 40, 50 years.

“But it’s just me saying goodbye to touring at that level. It’s an immense production putting a tour together. I have so many other Whitesnake projects I wanna do.

“It’s just going to be David Coverdale stepping down. There’s a possibility we can do something, that Whitesnake does continue to do something. But, other than in the studio, I won’t be participating.”

You can listen to the full interview at this location.

WHITESNAKE farewell tour dates set for 2022 thus far:

May 10: Dublin 3Arena Ireland, IE
May 12: Glasgow SEC (SSE Hydro Arena) Scotland, UK
May 14: Newcastle Utilita Arena, England, UK
May 16 : London The O2 Arena England, UK
May 18: Manchester AO Arena England UK
May 20: Nottingham Motorpoint England, UK
May 22: Birmingham Utilita Arena England UK
May 25: Cardiff Motorpoint Arena Wales, UK
May 27: Oberhausen Arena Germany, DE
May 29: Copenhagen KB Hall Denmark, DK
May 31: Gothenburg Partille Arena Sweden, SE
Jun 02: Hamar Tjuvholmen Arena Norway, NO
Jun 04: Hovet Stockholm Sweden
Jun 06: Ice Hall Helsinki Finland
Jun 08: Saku Arena Tallin Estonia
Jun 10: Arena Kaunas, Lithuania
Jun 12: Tauron Arena Krakow, Poland
Jun 14: O2 UNIVERSUM Prague, Czech Republic
Jun 17: Graspop Dessel, Belgium
Jun 19: Zenith Munich, Germany
Jun 21: Samsung Hall Zurich, Switzerland
Jun 23: Hellfest Clisson, France
Jun 25: Rock Imperium Festival 2022 Cartagena, Spain
Jun 28: Lorenzini Milan, Italy