Whitesnake and bassist Michael Devin part ways
Whitesnake featuring frontman and band founder David Coverdale have parted ways with long-time bassist Michael Devin. the latter joined the band in 2010 and played on the Whitesnake albums Forevermore (2011), Made In Japan (2013), Made in Britain/The World Record (2013), The Purple Album (2015), The Purple Tour (2018) and Flesh & Blood (2019).
Whitesnake‘s press release indicates:
Whitesnake & bassist Michael Devin have decided to go their separate ways after an amazingly successful decade together…. We All Wish Michael Every Success In His Life & All His Endeavours.
Apart from numerous tours, Michael applied his talents to studio albums ‘Forevermore‘… ‘The Purple Album‘ & ‘Flesh & Blood‘.
We Sincerely Thank Him For Being Part Of Our Journey & For All His Exceptional Gifts He Brought To Whitesnake…God Speed. Michael… Know We Love You & We Miss You…& We Wish You Well. Once A Snake…Always A Snake.
Whitesnake have secured a new bass player who will be announced very soon.”
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