Due to Coverdale’s health concerns, Whitesnake will not be touring in 2022

In the past few months, Whitesnake had already canceled a number of European tour dates due to numerous health issues among band members, including vocalist David Coverdale. Due to Coverdale’s current health, the band has announced that they will be unable to tour with The Scorpions in the United States and Canada. Scorpions will continue to perform in August, September, and October to promote their latest album, “Rock Believer.” Whitesnake canceled their solo tour dates as well. The band is currently on their farewell tour, which will mark the end of their world tours but not their recording career, as Coverdale recently stated.

Whitesnake will no longer be able to join The Scorpions on their North American tour due to Coverdale’s ongoing treatment for a persistent upper respiratory infection that hinders his ability to perform. This also includes the cancellation of our own headline performances.” “Whitesnake will no longer be participating in the tour, but the Scorpions will continue on. We Wish Our Friends, The Scorpions, the Very Best of Luck!! David Coverdale stated in an official statement on the band’s website, “We Wish You Well.” The band’s current lineup includes, in addition to David Coverdale, Tommy Aldridge (drums), Reb Beach (guitar), Joel Hoekstra (guitar), Michele Luppi (keyboards), Dino Jelusick (keyboards), and Tanya O’Callaghan (vocals) (Bass).

The band has recently released a remixed and remastered version of their Greatest Hits album, which includes classic tracks such as “Still Of The Night,” “Here I Go Again,” “Is This Love,” “Love Ain’t No Stranger,” “Guilty Of Love,” and “The Deeper The Love.” David Coverdale formed the band in London in 1978, following his departure from Deep Purple, with whom he recorded the albums “Burn,” “Stormbringer,” and “Come Taste The Band” (1975).


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