The Rock Show with David Coverdale...this Sunday April 20th
THE ROCK SHOW ON SUNSHINE RADIO - with DAVID COVERDALE OF WHITESNAKE!!
-- SUNDAY 6PM-9PM -- April 20th.
He’s one of the most iconic figures in Rock.
Overnight DAVID COVERDALE went from working in a clothes shop in a small English town to fronting one of the biggest bands in the world: DEEP PURPLE.
Now he’s is celebrating 30 years at the helm of his band Whitesnake, with the band are about to release their first studio album in a decade.
DAVID COVERDALE is the Rock Show’s special guest this Sunday.
He tells presenter Jeff Collins about leaving DEEP PURPLE, the creation of WHITESNAKE and the making of their latest album Good To be Bad...including how three giant black bears invaded his home recording studio during those sessions!!!
Also Jeff will be talking to Blues rockers P-A-U-L and THE HARPER WOODS HEROES. Paul Andrew Ulysses Lamb was born in Detroit and raised on the streets of an east side community known as Harper Woods. At age three, his father bought him a Jimi Hendrix album for his birthday. It changed his life forever. He talks to Jeff about that experience, life growing up in Detroit, his heroes Bob Seger and Bruce Springsteen and his new album, Hanging On For Dear Life.
They are the the Rock Show’s band To Watch this week.
All that plus three hours of the best classic rock tunes around.
Jeff’s previous guests on the Rock Show have included Black Sabbath drummer Vinny Appice, Fish, Paul Carrack, Stuart Cable, Paul Rodgers (from Free/Bad Company), Richie Edwards from The Darkness, ELP’s Keith Emerson, Whitesnake’s Neil Murray, Geoff Downes (from Yes and Asia), Yes/King Crimson drummer Bill Bruford and Deep Purple keyboard player Don Airey.
The Rock Show on Sunshine Radio: 106.2 FM across Herefordshire and 107FM and 107.8FM across Monmouthshire.
Listen Online at www.sunshine-radio.net.
Jeff Collins is also the author of the best selling ROCK LEGENDS AT ROCKFIELD, written about the iconic rock acts who have recorded at Rockfield and Monnow Valley studios in Monmouthshire.
Jeff has just finished his latest book about former Stereophonic’s drummer Stuart Cable, which is due out in September 2008.