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FREE DOWNLOAD: Whitesnake’s Love Will Set You Free

Whitesnake's latest album out now.

Whitesnake's latest album out now.

We are going to get you rocking today with a FREE song download from Whitesnake to celebrate their return to Sheffield on Monday,

Rock legends Whitesnake, Journey and Thunder play Sheffield’s Motorpoint Arena on Monday, 6.45pm.

And to get you rocking we have a free song download, Love Will Set You Free, from new live album Whitesnake: Made In Japan, from Frontiers Records.

DOWNLOAD FREE MP3 SONG: Get the Whitesnake track, Love Will Set You Free, by right clicking on this link and “saving as” the MP3 file to your desktop - CLICK HERE.

Then save it to play on your music player, such as a smart phone, or burn it onto a CD. It’s yours to keep - forever.

And it you like the album Whitesnake: Made In Japan, buy it now, online or from all good music outlets.

Tickets for Sheffield Motorpoint Arena on Monday, May 20, 2013, are £45 each, booking fee may apply. Buy in person, call 0114 256 5656, visit www.motorpointarenasheffield.co.uk or www.arenaticketshop.co.uk.

These are the show running times for Journey/Whitesnake + Thunder. These timings are supplied to us by the promoter of the show and are intended as a guide only and are subject to change:

5.45pm Doors Open

6.45pm Thunder

7.50pm Whitesnake

9.40pm Journey

11.00pm Events Ends

Journey, Whitesnake and Thunder appear on the same bill together for the first time ever on this tour, taking in eight dates across the UK.

Co-headlining the 2013 tour are Whitesnake, who carry a rightful & righteous reputation as one of the world’s leading rock’n’roll bands.

Founded and formed by Deep Purple singer David Coverdale, the band have earned multi-platinum albums and multiple top 10 hits worldwide, including two number one singles with Here I Go Again and Is This Love, as well as the unforgettable hammer of Still Of The Night.

Bombast, bravado, talent and passion have helped establish Whitesnake as the perennial platinum favourite they have become and they’re back with a vengeance in 2013, with plans to release a live DVD ahead of the tour as well as a double album.

“Unfinished business...” as Coverdale says slyly. “We all wanted the last tour to continue as we got closer to the end...After a year in the studio we’re ready to rock on stage again...We’re coming back for more...”

Harnessing Coverdale’s blues and soul roots & fuelled by incendiary guitarists Doug Aldrich & Reb Beach you have all the elements needed to shape the ‘Snake’s hard rock identity.

Journey, one of the most popular American rock bands of all time, are responsible for creating some of the best-known songs in modern music.

Over the years they have gained multiple accolades – including 19 Top 40 singles, 25 Gold and Platinum albums and single Don’t Stop Believin’ holding the number one digital catalogue song in history.

Recently they drew nearly a million fans to their 2011 Eclipse World Tour which ranked in the Top 15 Tours of the year and were awarded the prestigious Legend Of Live Award at the 2011 Billboard Touring Awards.

Journey will be joining the tour with their current line-up of Neal Schon (guitars, backing vocals), Jonathan Cain (keyboards, backing vocals), Ross Valory (bass, backing vocals), Deen Castronovo (drums, percussion, backing vocals) and Arnel Pineda (lead vocals).

Special guests Thunder will also be joining the UK dates. In 2009 the band went their separate ways, only to return in 2011 for a triumphant live performance at the High Voltage festival in London, followed by 2 sell out Christmas shows.

Thunder returned for another two sell-out Christmas shows in 2012, with the date first selling out in just 6 hours. The band has been lured back on to the stage for next year’s tour with Journey and Whitesnake. Perhaps this could re-ignite their desire for more.

Singer Danny Bowes says: “We’d already discussed possibly doing some shows next year, so this is perfect, and it’s a great bill, like they used to be back in the day. Let’s face it, we could all do with a bit of cheering up at the moment, so hopefully the people who come will get a brilliant night out and go home happy. I’m sure we will”.

 
 
 

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