Best known as a founding member of Whitesnake, Bernie Marsden has been playing on the professional stage since the early 70s. Bernie played for a string of bands during the decade before teaming up with former Deep Purple vocalist, David Coverdale. Together, the two of them wrote some of Whitesnake’s biggest hits, including ‘Here I Go Again’ and ‘Trouble’. As well as teaming up with his former bandmates for different musical ventures, Bernie has also worked with Paul Weller, Ringo Starr, Joe Bonamassa and many more, and has even released numerous solo albums.
Outside of playing the guitar, Bernie has collaborated with Simon Webb on National Theatre projects, produced a blues documentary and published an autobiography titled 'Where's My Guitar'.