WHITESNAKE, Ex-QUIET RIOT Members Sign Copies Of 'Food That Rocks': Photos Available
Drummer Frankie Banali's (ex-QUIET RIOT, W.A.S.P.) web site is currently hosting several photos from the March 18 in-store book signing for "Food That Rocks", the rock and roll cookbook co-authored by Cindy Coverdale, wife of WHITESNAKE frontman David Coverdale. In addition to Cindy, David and co-author Margie Lapanja, others in attendance at the Virgin Megastore on Sunset Blvd. in Los Angeles included Banali, Doug Aldrich (WHITESNAKE, ex-DIO) and Tony Franklin (ex-BLUE MURDER, THE FIRM). Check out the photos here.
"Food That Rocks" is described in a press release as "the definitive Rock & Roll Eating Encyclopedia. In addition to recipes from some of the world's most popular rockstars, the book also includes brief bios of the artists, photos and answers to some fun questions about their tastes and habits. Whether it's Leslie West's 'Tour Bus Tuna Salad', Brian May's Mum's recipe for 'Blackberry Puree', Sarah McLachlan's 'Currant Cake' or a myriad of recipes from everyone from Shania Twain to FOO FIGHTER Nate Mendell to Rickey Medlocke, Ted Nugent and Joe Perry, it's all in this unique cookbook."
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