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Sorting Through Deep Purple’s Musical Family Tree: Shadows in Stereo

Sorting Through Deep Purple’s Musical Family Tree: Shadows in Stereo

Deep Purple’s hall of fame impact on rock music extends to a number of related bands, from Rainbow and Trapeze to Quatermass and Whitesnake.

Sail Away: Whitesnake’s Fantastic Voyage, by Martin Popoff (2015): Books

Sail Away: Whitesnake’s Fantastic Voyage, by Martin Popoff (2015): Books

‘Sail Away: Whitesnake’s Fantastic Voyage’ goes beyond the hairspray, frilly blouses and MTV videos to tell the story of David Coverdale’s band.

Bernie Marsden + David Coverdale, “Trouble” from Shine (2014): One Track Mind

Bernie Marsden’s blues-soaked collaboration with David Coverdale recalls their earlier connections to Deep Purple’s more R&B-focused 1970s era.

Deep Purple vs. the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: Vol. 4, Rainbows, Snakes and the Glory Road

Deep Purple vs. the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: Vol. 4, Rainbows, Snakes and the Glory Road

Ritchie Blackmore, David Coverdale and Ian Gillan explore new sounds during a hiatus.

Deep Purple vs. the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: Vol. 3, Mistreated

Deep Purple vs. the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: Vol. 3, Mistreated

Enter bassist/vocalist Glenn Hughes and vocalist David Coverdale.

‘I guess news was leaked’: David Coverdale makes a change in Whitesnake’s lineup

‘I guess news was leaked’: David Coverdale makes a change in Whitesnake’s lineup

Reports of the switch first leaked on social media, prompting an official statement.

Deep Purple – Live In California 74 (2014)

Deep Purple – Live In California 74 (2014)

This was the one where Ritchie Blackmore refused to go on stage, because it was not yet sunset — and he felt that would dim the impact of Deep Purple’s lightshow.

‘He knew exactly what he wanted’: Intimidating moments in the studio with Led Zeppelin’s Jimmy Page

When Mike Fraser took on the rare position of producing a Jimmy Page record, he’d already collaborated with big stars like AC/DC (1990’s The Razor’s Edge), Bryan Adams (1984’s huge hit Reckless) and Aerosmith (on their late-1980s albums Permanent Vacation and Pump.

‘I have a bet going, actually’: No, David Coverdale won’t be following you back on Twitter

‘I have a bet going, actually’: No, David Coverdale won’t be following you back on Twitter

You may have noticed, despite the crowd following David Coverdale on Twitter, that the legendary frontman of Deep Purple and Whitesnake actually follows no one else. There’s a reason for that.

‘There wouldn’t be enough dressing rooms’: David Coverdale on the difficulties of a full-scale Whitesnake reunion

‘There wouldn’t be enough dressing rooms’: David Coverdale on the difficulties of a full-scale Whitesnake reunion

For a band that has been through a revolving set of members at every position save for frontman David Coverdale’s, Tommy Aldridge’s comeback with Whitesnake is that rarest of things: A happy reunion.

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