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David Coverdale, lead singer of Whitesnake, talks hair, love handles and ‘sexism’

29 June 2019

9:00 AM

29 June 2019

9:00 AM

‘Invest in your hair,’ advises David Coverdale, a man with a shag of the stuff glossier than a supermodel’s and as big as a guardsman’s bearskin, even at the age of 67. (He won’t say that number. He insists his age is ‘three score and seven’.)

‘People say to me: “Do you colour your hair?” And I say: “Absolutely not.”

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