WHITESNAKE/WINGER Guitarist Interviewed; Audio Available

The Iron City Rocks podcast recently conducted an interview with WHITESNAKE and WINGER guitarist Reb Beach. The chat can now be streamed using the audio player below.

Iron City Rocks is a podcast devoted to promoting Pittsburgh-based rock, hard rock, heavy metal and blues music.

WHITESNAKE was forced to cancel a number of shows on its summer U.S. tour with JUDAS PRIEST due to WHITESNAKE singer David Coverdale being diagnosed with "severe vocal fold edema and a left vocal fold vascular lesion."

WHITESNAKE and JUDAS PRIEST previously toured together in South America during 2005 to great critical and commercial success and maintain a great friendship.

WHITESNAKE's appearance at U.K.'s Download festival in June coincided with action-packed re-releases of the multi-platinum albums "Slip Of The Tongue", marking its 20th anniversary, and "Slide It In", which celebrates its 25th anniversary this year.

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