David Coverdale Performs In His Last Concert On Thursday Night
Whitesnake has had a continual succession of band members since their inception in 1978, with vocalist David Coverdale being the only constant.
However, there is an end to everything. He has stated that the concert that features the Hamar concert will be his final one.
How far Whitesnake is as impressive as in the glory days may be up to the fans to judge, but what Coverdale presented in front of almost 8000 spectators on Thursday night still holds its own on a rock scene.
The band has gradually gained a bit of an extensive/impressive catalog to choose songs from, but largely stuck to the albums that fans perhaps to the greatest extent press to their hearts, namely Saints’ n Sinners, Slide it in and Whitesnake (1987).
David Coverdale is a British-American musician, songwriter and vocalist known for being a member of the hard rock band called White Snake.
The talented rock star was previously associated with other popular band groups such as Dark Purple rock band, among others.
He has also collaborated with popular artists and released many songs since the beginning of his music career.
For her unsurpassed contributions to rock music, Coverdale was honored with a star in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2016.
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70-year-old Coverdale is still something of a unique on stage, and his appearance where he flamboyantly struts around and makes obscenities with the microphone stand is another bigger attraction than the vocal performance.
But Coverdale is, after all, 70 years old, and has been a rock star for almost 50 years, so that the vocal splendor is no longer a prime item is probably something most people can live with.