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Whitesnake bringing ‘Flesh & Blood’ tour to Greensburg

Shirley McMarlin

Hard rocking British band Whitesnake has announced the first shows of the 2019 “Flesh & Blood World Tour,” including a May 14 date in Greensburg’s The Palace Theatre.

Tickets go on sale at 9 a.m. Friday at 724-836-8000, and

The tour will feature songs from the new “Flesh & Blood” studio record to be released on Frontiers, along with the band’s biggest hits and songs from their catalogue spanning more than 40 years, according to a release.

Founded in 1978 by former Deep Purple singer David Coverdale, the band has multi-platinum albums including “Trouble,” “Lovehunter,” “Ready and Willing,” “Come an’ Get It,” and 1987’s self-titled “Whitesnake.” From these albums came two No. 1 singles, “Here I Go Again” and “Is This Love.”

The “Flesh & Blood” tour will open April 12 at the First Council Casino Hotel in Newkirk, Okla., and will include casino and theater dates across the United States prior to shows in Europe in June and July.

Shirley McMarlin is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Shirley at 724-836-5750, [email protected] or via Twitter @shirley_trib.

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Whitesnake has announced the first shows of the 2019 “Flesh & Blood World Tour,” including a May 14 date in Greensburg’s The Palace Theatre.
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