Whitesnake Announce Lineup Change Ahead Of Farewell Tour

Bruce Henne | 11-22-2021

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(hennemusic) Whitesnake have announced a lineup change in the band as they prepare to launch a farewell tour next year, the band revealed via a social media post.

"Whitesnake & bassist Michael Devin have decided to go their separate ways after an amazingly successful decade together...," shared the band. "We all wish Michael every success in his life & all his endeavours. Apart from numerous tours, Michael applied his talent 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 & will 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."

Longtime member Devin joined the group in 2010, taking over the position previously filled by Uriah Duffy. Read more here.

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