David Coverdale Gives Details Of His Plans To Work With Jimmy Page Soon

In an interview with Talkin’ Rock With Meltdown, Whitesnake frontman David Coverdale talked about the projects he has been currently focusing on and revealed that he is working on songs possibly to collaborate with Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page.

While working with a local band named The Government, David Coverdale’s path crossed with Deep Purple which he joined as the lead singer and worked with the band between the years 1973 and 1976. Later in 1978, Coverdale founded the hard rock band Whitesnake and achieved worldwide success with the release of their self-titled album, ‘Whitesnake,’ which included hit songs like ‘Here I Go Again’ and ‘Is This Love.’

In 1993, David Coverdale and Led Zeppelin legend Jimmy Page collaborated for a studio album titled ‘Coverdale-Page,’ which was produced by Page, Coverdale, and the record producer, Mike Fraser. The album, which has 11 tracks, managed to reach #4 in the UK and #5 on the US Billboard 200 chart, and it was certified Platinum by the RIAA.

Here is what Jimmy Page previously stated about his collaboration with David Coverdale:

“David was really good to work with. It was very short-lived, but I enjoyed working with him, believe it or not.”

Recently, David Coverdale joined an interview with Talkin’ Rock With Meltdown and looked back to his collaboration with Jimmy Page for an iconic one-time album. During the interview, Coverdale revealed that he is actually working on some songs in Hook City, in Whitesnake Studios which he might present to Page. David stated that they might work on a couple of bonus tracks for the new version of ‘Coverdale-Page.’

Here is what David Coverdale stated about his plans to work with Jimmy Page:

“Right now, I’m working on songs potentially to present to Jimmy Page or maybe a couple of bonus tracks for the new version of ‘Coverdale-Page’ – it’s all go here in Hook City, in Whitesnake Studios.”

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