The Snakes (band)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  (Redirected from The Snakes)
Jump to: navigation, search
The Snakes
Origin Norway
United Kingdom
Genres Hard rock, Blues rock
Years active 1997–1999
Associated acts The Company of Snakes, Whitesnake, Vagabond, Masterplan, TNT, Beyond Twilight, Ark, Rainbow, Black Sabbath

The Snakes was a British-Norwegian hard rock band, formed by former Whitesnake members Bernie Marsden and Micky Moody in 1997. The line-up consisted of guitarists Marsden and Moody with Norwegian musicians, vocalist Jørn Lande, bassist Sid Ringsby, who later joined the Norwegian band TNT, and drummer Willy Bendiksen. The band released one live album, one studio album and broke up in 1999.

Biography[edit]

The Snakes were formed by Whitesnake guitarists Bernie Marsden and Micky Moody, exclusively performing Whitesnake songs. Initially, the project was called 'Saints and Sinners' and was to feature other former Whitesnake band mates including, bassist Neil Murray and drummer Cozy Powell plus American vocalist John West but this never materialised. During August 1998, the Once Bitten album was released in Japan on the Pony Canyon label. Former Vagabond vocalist Jørn Lande was drafted in and TNT guitarist Ronni Le Tekrø produced the band. TNT's touring keyboard player Dag Stokke engineered the album. A live album Live in Europe was released in December 1998, with recordings of live performances of Whitesnake songs.

Band members[edit]

Discography[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]