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Reb Beach, from Whitesnake and Winger

Guitar virtuoso Reb Beach will release his first instrumental solo album, ‘A View From The Inside’, 6 November 2020 via Frontiers, with the lead single ‘Infinito 1122’ available to watch below. Famed for his collaboration with Winger, Beach is a current member of Whitesnake, having also released an album with …
Photo of Rudy Sarzo -

In MTTV Episode Fifteen, MetalTalk spoke with the ‘Bass Wizard’ Rudy Sarzo, who has played with many of the greats in his time. Rudy talks about Ozzy and Randy Rhoads, touring with Dio, joining Whitesnake and why Quiet Riot was supposed to fail. Interview: Kahmel Farahani All Photography © Mark ‘Weissguy’ Weiss. Used …
Martin Birch

Legendary producer and engineer Martin Birch has passed away aged 71. The news was confirmed by David Coverdale last night via Twitter. Birch’s involvement in music produced legendary slabs of vinyl which paved a gateway into Metal for millions of Metal music lovers across the globe. A long time collaborator with Deep …
Photo of Whitesnake at the SECC, Glasgow

I have never been such a fan of the SECC. Despite it’s relatively central location if you live or stay in Glasgow as a music venue as it is an outpost that Glasgow City travel planners delight in making public transport less. This makes it a venue that is not …

It was the hard rocking sound of hits like ‘Still Of The Night’ and ‘Give Me All Your Love’ that brought Whitesnake worldwide, multi-platinum success. Even so, the band’s founder and lead singer, David Coverdale, has never been a stranger to the occasional ballad, going back to his early days …

A value for money package featuring the true Rock Of Ages with a double headline from Def Leppard and Whitesnake, with Black Star Riders opening rising from the ashes of Thin Lizzy with a roof raising ‘Whisky In The Jar’ getting everyone in party mood. Words: Mark Taylor Photos by …

Whitesnake’s ‘The Purple Album’ is a solid, solid sender. It should be taken at face value and accepted for exactly what it is – this is David Coverdale revisiting his past, and in light of the fact that it looks like there is to be no reunification of that old …