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Whitesnake's David Coverdale: Now

After briefly becoming a duo with Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page in 1991, Coverdale began working on re-forming Whitesnake. He had a few false starts, but in 2003, the band (featuring an all-new lineup) launched a 25th anniversary tour. Coverdale (pictured in London on Nov. 3, 2008) has since released two new albums with Whitesnake: “Good to Be Bad” (2008) and “Forevermore” (2011). He's also dabbled in the wine market, marketing a Whitesnake Zinfandel that contains "the spicy essence of sexy, slippery Snakeyness." Coverdale now lives in Nevada with his cookbook author wife and son.

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