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    Fri, 24 Dec 2010 11:55:10

    Whitesnake Name New Album "Forevermore" - Yes, they are still putting out records

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    • Whitesnake - This file picture taken on September 22, 2004 in Berlin shows Jon Lord, keyboardist with legendary British rock band Deep Purple and co-author of their most famous hit Smoke On The Water, who died aged 71, his family announced on July 16, 2012. Lord, who also played with Whitesnake, died at the London Clinic, surrounded by family, a statement said. The former keyboardist had been battling with pancreatic cancer since last August.
    • Whitesnake - David Coverdale of the rock band Whitesnake performs on stage in the northern German city of Hamburg on November 18, 2008. It was the first concert of his German tour.
    • Whitesnake - David Coverdale of the rock band Whitesnake performs on stage in the northern German city of Hamburg on November 18, 2008. It was the first concert of his German tour.

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    Whitesnake will release a new album next year and they've already chosen, and revealed, the title to be Forevermore. Singer David Coverdale - you know, the guy who licked Tawny Kitaen's gams in the "Here I Go Again" video back in the 1980s- said, "Don't forget, 'tis ONE word. Otherwise it sounds like a bleedin' Valentine's Day card, which it ain't." The record is tentatively due out in March.

    What is your favorite '80s band? Did you dig Whitesnake and "Slide it In" or "Still of the Night?"

    —Amy Sciarretto
    12.24.10




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