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Doug Aldrich Would Love To Play With David Coverdale Again

07/12/2016
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The Dead Daisies

(Classic Rock) The Dead Daisies' Doug Aldrich says he "would love" to work with David Coverdale again in the future. Guitarist Aldrich was a member of Coverdale's Whitesnake from 2002 to 2014 before leaving to spend more time with his family.

And while he has his hands full with his new role in The Dead Daisies, Aldrich says he and Coverdale share a mutual love and respect and that he will always be open to working with the vocalist again.

In an episode of One On One With Mitch Lafon, due to be released later this week, Aldrich says: "I'm there for David if he ever needed anything, whatever I could do.

"I'm part of the family and I know David well enough to know that he feels the same and it would be no problem. But he also likes the challenge of exploring new ground with new people.

"We had some amazing creative times. If he needed me, I would absolutely be there if I was available and I would love to collaborate on something with him again in the future." Read more and listen to the full interview here.

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