WHITESNAKE Mainman Speaks To Q104.3 FM's 'Live At Five With Ken Dashow'
WHITESNAKE mainman David Coverdale was recently interviewed on "Live at Five with Ken Dashow" on New York's Q104.3 FM. Coverdale spoke about a number of topics, including the band's new album, "Good To Be Bad", and the LED ZEPPELIN reunion.
Listen to the interview in streaming audio at this location.
WHITESNAKE's new album, "Good To Be Bad", entered the UK album chart at position No. 7. The CD was released through SPV/Steamhammer in Germany on April 18, the rest of Europe on April 21 and it came out in North America on April 22. In addition to the regular jewel-case version, a limited-edition two-disc set contains an extra CD in a cardboard sleeve, as well as a poster, photocard and sticker.
A commercial for "Good To Be Bad" can be viewed below.
WHITESNAKE's David Coverdale (vocals) and Doug Aldrich (guitar) performed a special acoustic set on April 10 in front of an invite-only crowd at The Cutting Room in New York City to celebrate the release of the band's new album, "Good To Be Bad". Photos and a review can be found at PiercingMetal.
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