Whitesnake frontman David Coverdale recently spoke to the Mansfield News Journal about his decision to unpack his band out of the attic of “Headbanger’s Ball” obscurity for a tour, with hopes of not only reconnecting with old fans, but eventually, returning to the new record bin with a vengeance. “Too many things happened last year and I don’t ignore clues,” said Coverdale. “One of my former record companies called and asked if I wanted to do anything to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Whitesnake. And as soon as I agreed to do that, some very old friends of mine, the Scorpions, asked if I wanted to co-headline with them. So, I really was a little bit shy about going back into what I would call the music business. I agreed to go out on kind of a testing-an-audience tour with the Scorpions and the response that my songs and the band received, if anything, was more than the last time in 1990.”
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