Whitesnake's David Coverdale Discusses His Hearing Loss

(hennemusic) Following a recent series of shows in Japan, Whitesnake return to live action this week as they kick off their 2013 UK tour in Belfast. Making the rounds to promote the trek, singer David Coverdale spoke with the BBC Breakfast team about several things, including his level of hearing loss after more than four decades in rock.

"They're not bad," he explains, "they could be a lot worse but I look upon it as a trade-off. I've had an incredibly successful journey since joining Deep Purple 40 years ago."

"There is hearing loss, of course, but we use an in-ear monitor where I can balance the level of the sound," Coverdale continued. "It's got to be all-embracing to me, and I work with great musicians, too; they're not loud to disguise anything.. it's just very powerful stuff." more on this story

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