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Who is David Coverdale?

David Coverdale is an English rock singer-songwriter best known for his work with Whitesnake, a hard rock band he founded in 1978. Before Whitesnake, Coverdale was the lead singer of Deep Purple from 1973 to 1976, after which he established his career. In solitary. Wikipedia

David Coverdale took to his official Twitter account to pay tribute to his ex-wife, Tawny Kitaen. In posting him, David Coverdale expressed his devastation and sent his condolences to his family, children, friends and fans.

“I just woke up to some very sad and unexpected news,” tweeted David Coverdale. “Waiting for confirmation … but, if it is true, my condolences to his children, his family, friends and fans …”

Under Coverdale’s tweet, fans have sent her condolences for her and David.

How old is David Coverdale?

Born: September 22, 1951 (age 69), Saltburn-by-the-Sea, UK
Spouse: Cindy Barker (d. 1997), Tawny Kitaen (d. 1989-1991)

Early life

Coverdale was born on September 22, 1951, in Saltburn-by-the-Sea, North Riding of Yorkshire, England, the son of Thomas Joseph Coverdale and Winnifred May (Roberts) Coverdale. [4] Around the age of 14, he began acting professionally and developing his voice. “I don’t think my voice is broken,” he explained to Sounds in 1974. “And that’s when I first learned to sing on my stomach, which sounds silly, but it’s totally different from a normal voice.” Coverdale began performing with local bands Vintage 67 (1966-1968), The Government (1968-1972) and Fabulosa Brothers (1972-1973).

Career

Early career

Deep Purple (1973-1976)
In 1973, Coverdale saw an article in a copy of Melody Maker, saying that Deep Purple was auditioning for singers to replace Ian Gillan. Coverdale had headed up a local group called The Government, which had played with Deep Purple on the same bill in 1969, so he and the band were familiar with each other, and after submitting a tape and following an audition, Coverdale was admitted to the band. with bassist Glenn Hughes adding his own voice as well.

In February 1974 Deep Purple released their first album with Coverdale and Hughes, titled Burn, which was certified Gold in the United States on March 20, 1974 and in the United Kingdom on July 1. In April 1974, Coverdale and Deep Purple performed before more than 200,000 fans on their first trip to the United States at the California Jam.

In December 1974, Burn was followed by Stormbringer, which was also rated Gold album status in the US and UK. The funk and soul influences from the previous album were even more prominent here and this was one of the reasons why guitarist Ritchie Blackmore left the band in June 1975.

Rather than disband, Coverdale was instrumental in persuading the band to continue with American guitarist Tommy Bolin (of Billy Cobham and The James Gang fame). As Jon Lord put it, “David Coverdale came up to me and said, ‘Please keep the band together.’ David played me Tommy’s album with Billy Cobham. We liked his performance and invited Tommy to audition. ‘ “. The band released a studio album with Bolin, Come Taste the Band in 1975. The album was less successful than previous records, and at the end of the tour, in March 1976, Coverdale walked away crying and delivered his resignation, which he was told there was no band left to resign. The decision to disband Deep Purple was made some time before the last show by Lord and Ian Paice (the last remaining original members), who had not told anyone else. The breakup was finally made public in July 1976. Coverdale said in an interview: “I was scared to leave the band. Purple was my life, Purple gave me my chance, but I wanted out anyway.”

Tawny Kitaen Gives Money Support To David Coverdale?

In June 2020, Tawny Kitaen revealed some flash moments about her relationship with David Coverdale and stated that she gave him financial support. Also, speaking about her relationship, she said it started “ironically”.

“Ironically, I started dating David [Coverdale],” she said. “I had a two million dollar debt to David Geffen at the time. I was working and had more money than David at the time, so I supported us a bit. And when I heard the album and they let me come in and help mix the album … You know how when you sing different tracks, they give you a role and you pick the word from the best track.

So I was able to do that. And John Kalodner, who was the biggest A&R guy in the business, working for David Geffen, on my “E! True Hollywood Story,” he called me Yoko Ono, because I chose the album covers, I chose the single, I chose photographer I made the rule that girls were not allowed backstage so groupies must have hated me.

What happened to David Coverdale?

In 2007, Coverdale officially became a US citizen and currently resides in Nevada. There are plans for another Whitesnake album, a live record that will be accompanied by a DVD. Whitesnake’s official website says there are potential studio recordings in the works, but they haven’t said where or when.

 

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