|Celebrated Name:||David Coverdale|
|Real Name/Full Name:||David Coverdale|
|Age:||68 years old|
|Birth Date:||22 September 1951|
|Birth Place:||Saltburn-by-the-Sea, United Kingdom|
|Wife/Spouse (Name):||Cindy Barker (m. 1997), Tawny Kitaen (m. 1989–1991)|
|Children:||Yes (Jasper Coverdale, Jessica Coverdale)|
|Net Worth in 2019:||$20 million|
|Last Updated:||December 2019|
David Coverdale is the founder of the popular band of the 1980s, Whitesnake. He is a rock singer with a career that spans across four decades. Phases of solo singing and singing have complemented Coverdale’s journey in the music field along with his associated bands. Some of the songs that he released had become instant hits.
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David Coverdale took birth on September 22, 1951, in Saltburn-by-the-Sea. It is a seaside town in Yorkshire, England. He started singing from an early age of 14. Like a matured artist, Coverdale took an interest in developing his voice. This helped him earn a place in local bands, and he started performing with them. He performed with local bands like Vintage 67, The Government and Fabulosa Brothers.
Coverdale has been married thrice. His first wife was Julia Borkowski from Germany. His second wife was a model named Tawny Kitaen who had performed in Whitesnake’s music videos as well. Coverdale married his third wife, Cindy, an author with whom he has been living together since 1997.
Age, Height, and Weight
Being born on 22 September 1951, David Coverdale is 68 years old as of today’s date 1st December 2019. His height is 1.79 m. Tall, and weight is 76 kg.
Coverdale was performing with local bands right from his early teens, but it was his association with Deep Purple that provided some serious thrust to his singing career. After seeing an advertisement of the band, he sent his recording and was eventually selected and admitted as a member of the band. Coverdale along with Deep Purple, released their first album, Burn. It was certified as Gold in first in the US and later in the UK as well.
Coverdale started performing with the band and had even toured the US in 1974, and it was his first trip to the country. They released their successive album Stormbringer. In 1976 due to the unsuccessful performances of Deep Purple, the band was disbanded, and Coverdale started pursuing a solo career. He released two solo albums – White Snake and Northwinds along with guitarist Micky Moody.
Soon he formed a band with Moody and Bernie Marsden in 1978. The band was called Whitesnake, which was inspired by Coverdale’s first album. Slowly and steadily, Whitesnake started gaining popularity in the UK, Europe, and Asia. The band’s album Slip of the Tongue reached the top 10 in the US charts.
Coverdale jointly released an album with Jimmy Page in 1991 which become an instant hit around the globe. He toured the world on a solo spree as well as along with other popular artists and bands. In 2015, Whitesnake released their most recent album The Purple Album which was a remix of compositions sung by Coverdale during his adventure with Deep Purple.
Awards & Achievement
One of Coverdale’s best achievements has been to keep his bands stick together even in times of conflict. When guitarist Ritchie Blackmore quit Deep Purple, Coverdale was instrumental in pursuing fellow band members to continue with American guitarist Tommy Bolin. He also reassembled Whitesnake in 1994 and helped the band record and release their successive albums.
Net Worth & Salary of David Coverdale in 2019
Topping the music charts around the world, there was a time when Whitesnake was the band of the generation. Their tours and albums were famous across continents and Coverdale’s fan following at its peak. His music collaborations helped him earn a net worth that presently stands at a colossal $20 million as of December 2019.
All throughout his career, Coverdale demonstrated immense strength and commitment to his work. Even when his venture with Deep Purple had to come to an end due to the band’s split, he took the risky decision of releasing a solo album. This is one decision that he does not regret because it eventually helped him to work on himself as an artist.