For two or three years in the mid to late 80's, Whitesnake was one of the biggest rock bands in the world.

With 'Here I go again', David Coverdale showed that he could not only rock, but make a huge hit on pop radio and MTV as well.

Then, Nirvana happened and it all came crashing down.

Maybe no other band fell off the hairband map as fast or as hard as Whitesnake did.

Going from selling 16,000 seats a night to less than 6,000 in a matter of months.

Over the years, David has put together new line ups of the band and has even released some new material.

The formula is still the same: One part Led Zeppelin, one part Deep Purple and two parts Bon Jovi.

Look for Whitesnake to roll thru Buffalo by Spring 2014.