WHITESNAKE Frontman Reads Out Marriage Proposal During Sheffield Concert (Video)

Video footage of WHITESNAKE singer David Coverdale reading out a marriage proposal from a crowd member during the band's May 20 concert at the Sheffield Motorpoint Arena in Sheffield, England can be seen below.

Since 1997, Coverdale has been married to Cindy, a pole fitness instructor and author of the cookbook "Food That Rocks", featuring contributions from famous rockers like Ted Nugent, Steve Vai, Frank Banali, Brian May and more.

In a 2000 interview, Coverdale said about his wife: "Every day with her is like a gift. She's my guardian angel. I would wish that everybody got to experience what we have and I hope that I've given her at least a fraction of what she has given me in return. It's amazing and that's where I get my strength."


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