Sammy Hagar took fans on a trip through his 40-year career last night (Sept. 1) during a special '4 Decades of Rock' concert in Lake Tahoe, Nev. The show featured appearances from members of all three of his famous bands -- Montrose, Van Halen and Chickenfoot -- as well as David Coverdale of Whitesnake.
It's not often fans get to see the softer side of David Coverdale. The high-octane vocalist and front man of Whitesnake spends a lot more time belting out metal classics like 'Still of the Night' than he does talking about kittens and rainbows. But in an interesting new video clip, the rock legend is interviewed by his granddaughter, revealing that his famous shaggy blonde mane hides a gentle family man.
Let's run through our checklist to see if one would consider this album cover shocking: 1) That is a naked woman 2) writhing in pleasure or pain (or both) 3) atop a long coiled snake, which is 4) such a direct visual metaphor that they might as well have just put a penis on there instead. OK, Whitesnake,