As the classic Holy Water had finished ringing in our ears, the band played a couple more numbers including I Don’t Need Your Loving, and then Tim Prottey-Jones returned to the stage to help perform on Eye Of The Storm
The encore though was the moment of pure magic for me. Adding Light Years from the new album into the encore was a stroke of genius as it sat perfectly in between possibly some of the greatest tracks the band have ever recorded.
If the likes of Nickelback, Black Stone Cherry and more can come over and break the UK with ease, it’s about time we sent one back to do the same.
As well as the Deep Purple track Burn, which is the mother of all cover versions and features regularly in their set, they included a stunning rendition of Black Hole Sun, the second tribute of the night to Chris Cornell which was massively well received by the audience.
Just one night, I’d love to sing all the classics with the Whitesnake band, with Neil Murray and Mickey and Bernie and all those guys. It would be incredible to do something like that, to get to actually be in Whitesnake for one night.
These guys are definitely on their way to achieving greater successes in the coming years, their most distinguishing asset being a sound that is uniquely identifiable
Fortune favours the brave as they say and as we speak to Nathan via the universal medium of cellphone, he speculates, on his way home after buying the latest issue of Classic Rock magazine, as to why the press are going crazy for Inglorious right now.