6 years ago, Forevermore

6 years ago, with the release of “Forevermore” Coverdale reignited an explosively fruitful vein of creativity with guitarist and co-writer/producer Aldrich, Reb Beach (Winger, Alice Cooper) on guitar, Briian Tichy (Ozzy, Billy Idol, Foreigner) on drums and Michael Devin (Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Lynch Mob) on bass, and as with all Whitesnake’s albums, Coverdale aided so capably by Aldrich opens up his heart and soul to express emotions and empathy rarely heard these days in any musical genre.

What is your favorite track, or memory from the album or tour?

12 Comments

  • DiegoMooreyra

    3/9/2017

    Ahhhhhh! Fantástic album, great rock. …
    Happy aniversary!

  • nigel plant

    3/10/2017

    it is always a great album to play anytime day or night..lets have another epic like forevermore

  • uv

    3/10/2017

    4ever> and I share the same day so thank you for remembering 😉 all good things happen in pisces xx

  • jose Tomas guerrero

    3/10/2017

    great…. i cant wait for the new record.. mr coverdale!
    greetings from chile

  • Gabriel

    3/11/2017

    coverdale is god

  • Alfredo Pérez

    3/11/2017

    Steal your heart away, Forevermore, One of these days, My evil ways, Easier said than done…

    • Alfredo Pérez

      3/11/2017

      Greetings from Buenos Aires Mr. Coverdale…

  • Chris Handley

    3/12/2017

    Steal Your Heart away is my fave from that album. I was delighted when it was performed live at Newcastle O2 Arena later that year.

  • Andre Ricardo

    3/13/2017

    Saudades do DOUG

  • Paul Jacklin

    3/13/2017

    Steal Your Heart Away is my favourite

    Had a great night at Manchester O2 Apollo on UK leg of Forevermore tour

  • Schuster- teruel

    3/13/2017

    The best song forevermore. Song like Still of the night. Himno total. A hug

  • Trevor G from Down Under

    3/14/2017

    Forevermore the song is simply classic, rock, blues tune with that epic uplifting tempo to it
    DC at his best and how well such a song suits his classic bluesy/rock voice
    Whitesnake and DC are still capable of writing such a classic.
    Whether you listen to the album, the live version or the alernate all ballad version, the song maintains its integrity and roots.
    Absolute classic

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