Michael Devin’s New Solo EP

FROM THE EARTH!! Brother Snake Michael Devin has a new project of original material entitled, From the Earth. The debut release is a 6 song EP comprised of hard rock roots music, which Michael describes as “Heavy Mellow Rock Music.” The album was recorded at Foo Fighter’s 606 Studios in Los Angeles and Water MusicContinue Reading

Get Ready to Rock Scottsdale!!!

Get Ready to Rock at Talking Stick Resort, Scottsdale AZ on August 3rd!! Tickets on sale to the public May 4th at 10am. But because you’re a rock star for being here, you can jump the line and purchase on at 10am May 1st using the code WS2018 Get Your Tickets Here starting May 1st!

Good To Be Bad 11th Anniversary

“Good To Be Bad” was released through SPV/Steamhammer in Germany on April 18, the rest of Europe on April 21 and in North America on April 22. In addition to the regular jewel-case version, a limited-edition two-disc set contained an extra CD in a cardboard sleeve, as well as a poster, photocard and sticker. CD (jewelContinue Reading


Doug Aldrich (DA) – Reb Beach (RB) – David Coverdale (DC) – Michael Devin (MD) – Briian Tichy (BT) Q… Best wishes on the forthcoming release of Whitesnake’s Eleventh Studio Album, ‘FOREVERMORE’ What was the inspiration behind the title? DC… Thank you… yes… the eleventh… Amazing journey… ‘Forevermore’ is about Eternity… A love that lastsContinue Reading

40 Years Ago Today – Whitesnake’s First Show

CONGRATULATIONS ON 40 FUCKING YEARS OF THE SNAKE!!! March 3. 1978 Lincoln Technical Collage Rare solo B&W images from first show courtesy Neal Quincey, student union stage electrician at the gig. Thanks for the snaps! David Coverdale/Vocals Bernie Marsden/Guitar Micky Moody/Guitar Brian Johnston/Keyboards Neil Murray/Bass David Dowle/Drums Alternate Gallery

The Purple Tour (Live)

Whitesnake revisited the music that singer David Coverdale recorded with Deep Purple in the Seventies when they released The Purple Album two years ago. The album, and the tour that followed, offered fans new modern interpretations of Purple classics like “Burn” and “Mistreated.” Highlights from the historic tour will be featured in a new live collection, including double-disc versions that feature audio, video and a selection of bonus material.