WHITESNAKE Rejoined By Guitarist ADRIAN VANDENBERG At Tilburg Concert (Video)

WHITESNAKE Rejoined By Guitarist ADRIAN VANDENBERG At Tilburg Concert (Video)

WHITESNAKE was rejoined on stage by former guitarist Adrian Vandenberg during the band's headlining appearance yesterday (Thursday, August 11) at 013 in Tilburg, The Netherlands. Fan-filmed video footage of his appearance can be seen below.

Asked in 2014 interview if he could ever see himself working with WHITESNAKE mainman David Coverdale again in some capacity, Adrian told FaceCulture: "David and I always talked about it. Sooner or later, we're always gonna do something together because we just really enjoy it — whether it's something acoustic or a blues album or whatever. That's definitely something, sooner or later, we're gonna dive into when the time is right, of course, because he's got WHITESNAKE and I've got VANDENBERG'S MOONKINGS. And sooner or later, there's gonna be, like, a gap somewhere where we think, 'We're gonna drink some great wine and write some good songs together and do something with it.'"

VANDENBERG'S MOONKINGS' self-titled debut album was released in February 2014 via Mascot Label Group. The CD includes a newly recorded version of WHITESNAKE's classic "Sailing Ships", featuring a guest appearance by Coverdale.

Regarding how Coverdale's guest appearance on "Vandenberg's Moonkings" came about, Adrian told Myglobalmind: "Well, David has been pushing me a lot over the last ten years to record a record. Finally, when I told him that I was working on one, David said that 'it would be an honor for me if I could sing a song on your album.' I replied that the honor would be completely mutual. David was then on the road for the whole year, so we didn't have the time to write a new song.

"I always wanted to do another version of [WHITESNAKE's] 'Sailing Ships', because I wrote the song and the music for it actually for my mom. She was always saying for me to write another acoustic song for the album. I originally intended it to be a little more understated than it ended up on the 'Slip Of The Tongue' album. I really thought that I could add something to it by making it a little bit more melancholic and more reflective. Bringing in real violins, which I had always pictured with it, so I made it a little slower. I thought it would be great to do a different version and also what I like about how it ends up on the album is that it is like a symbolic nod to my years with WHITESNAKE. I thought that it worked great, because if I had put like a new track somewhere in the middle of the album, it would have been strange."



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