The English musician who is most famous for being the fronting member of Whitesnake since 1978, David Coverdale, has been recently interviewed by Detroit WRIF’s Meltdown and talked about how his life changed with the drop of the massive debut album and during the global pandemic.

While the coronavirus outbreak still continues in almost every single part of the world, according to the latest reports, over 25 million cases being reached in the United States of America and David Coverdale is one of the citizens who haven’t gotten a coronavirus vaccine yet.

In his latest interview with Talkin’ Rock With Meltdown, Whitesnake frontman stated that he is waiting for people who really need the COVID-19 vaccine to get his one. He also shared that he doesn’t think that nothing’s going the be same after the outbreak ends.

Here is what David Coverdale said to Detroit WRIF:

“People, as you can imagine, are extraordinarily desperate to go to shows and to perform shows. It’s just not safe, and it’s not gonna be the energy, the atmosphere that we’re familiar with.

We have to make sure to work as a global community, and, for me, as a global artist, work together and be, as they would say, in solidarity with each other and support each other and respect each other. It’s a global pandemic — it’s not just us. And mask up. Let’s get out of this. Get vaccinated, and let’s get out of this thing.”

He continued:

“I don’t think it’s ever gonna be the same. I think society has changed. This has been a really challenging time for people who have been alone, I think.

And that’s a lot of my target audience with my social media — to try to uplift people’s spirits until I can get out there and truly do my appreciation and gratitude tour. And hopefully, while I’m still physically able to do it and not just farting dust.”

You can listen to the whole podcast below.

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