WHITESNAKE's DAVID COVERDALE Had Knees Replaced With Titanium Due To Degenerative Arthritis

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WHITESNAKE chief David Coverdale has revealed he had each his knees changed with titanium final 12 months after affected by degenerative arthritis.

In his “My Guide To Life” function in subject 10 of Planet Rock journal, David defined that he was in a lot ache with arthritis in his knees that it hampered his potential to carry out dwell.

The 67-year-old former DEEP PURPLE singer mentioned: “With all of the years of bending and rotating [on stage], there’s put on and tear.

“I’ve bought degenerative arthritis in my knees. It bought to the purpose it was hurting a lot, it was pulling me out of the zone I wanted to be in for my efficiency. So final 12 months, I had the fitting knee, then the left knee, changed with titanium. My restoration was so profitable the physician shared particulars of it at a convention and I am getting ready for world excursions for 2019 and 2020.

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WHITESNAKE's DAVID COVERDALE Had Knees Replaced With Titanium Due To Degenerative Arthritis

“To hear 12,000 individuals singing ‘Is This Love?’ and ‘Here I Go Again’ is transcendental. I’m blessed.”

You can learn Coverdale‘s full “My Guide To Life” function in Planet Rock journal, which is on sale now.

Coverdale‘s onetime DEEP PURPLE bandmate Glenn Hughes revealed in 2016 that he underwent a double-knee alternative.

Double-knee alternative sufferers are likely to spend at the very least a half-day longer within the hospital than single-knee alternative sufferers — however they solely have to remain within the hospital one time.

WHITESNAKE and FOREIGNER not too long ago teamed up for the “Juke Box Heroes” tour.

Joining WHITESNAKE frontman David Coverdale within the band’s present lineup are guitarists Reb Beach and Joel Hoekstra, bassist Michael Devin, drummer Tommy Aldridge and keyboardist Michele Luppi.

WHITESNAKE introduced in April that it was pushing again the projected launch date of its new album, “Flesh & Blood”, to subsequent 12 months.

The band’s file label, Frontiers Music Srl, issued a press release blaming the delay on “technical points.”