Long-running hard rock band Whitesnake have announced that they will be moving on without bassist Michael Devin. The band shared the news of the line-up change on social media.
Devin played bass for the band since 2010, and his playing can be heard on the band’s last three studio albums.
“We all wish Michael every success in his life & all his endeavours. Apart from numerous tours, Michael applied his talent to studio albums ‘Forevermore’… ‘The Purple Album’ & ‘Flesh & Blood’. We sincerely thank him for being part of our journey & for all his exceptional gifts he brought to Whitesnake…God speed, Michael… Know we love you & will miss you…& we wish you well. Once a snake…always a snake…”, the band writes on social media.
Whitesnake reports that Devin has already been replaced by a new bassist, who will be announced shortly.