WHITESNAKE: London Show To Be Filmed For Upcoming DVD
WHITESNAKE's Oct. 20 concert at the Hammersmith Apollo in London, England will be filmed for an upcoming DVD, tentatively due next year. No further information is currently available.
In other news, WHITESNAKE were forced to postpone their Glasgow concert to Dec. 2 from the originally announced Oct. 7 after frontman David Coverdale was taken ill. "It came out of the blue," Coverdale explained in an online postig. "I was very ill the morning of the show, and the doctors who came to see me couldn't determine if it was food poisoning, or some stomach virus... Whatever it was knocked me for six... I couldn't even move...and I was devastated that I had to cancel...There was no choice...Glasgow is one of my favourite places to play...and I feel blessed we could reschedule...that is not always possible, unfortunately...So...I do apologise to all who came, and had to leave empty hearted...and I will do my utmost to make it up to you..."
WHITESNAKE are in the middle of a headlining tour of Europe that will take them to Nottingham, England on Tuesday (Oct. 12). A list of remaining tour dates can be found at Whitesnake.com.
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