Whitesnake guitarist Bernie Marsden dead at 70
Bernie Marsden, the former guitarist for the rock band Whitesnake, has died at the age of 70.
Marsden was a member of Whitesnake from 1978 to 1982 and again from 1984 to 1991.
He co-wrote many of the band's hits, including Here I Go Again and Fool for Your Loving.
Marsden also played with other notable musicians, such as Deep Purple's Ian Gillan and Cozy Powell.
He was known for his blues-influenced guitar playing and was a respected figure in the music industry.
Marsden was born in Buckinghamshire, England, in 1951 and began playing guitar at a young age.
He joined the band UFO in the early 1970s before joining Whitesnake.
After leaving Whitesnake, Marsden continued to work as a musician and released several solo albums.
He also worked as a producer and collaborated with other artists, such as Paul McCartney and Gary Moore.
Marsden was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2006 as a member of Whitesnake.
His death was announced on his official website and social media accounts.
Fans and fellow musicians have paid tribute to Marsden, praising his talent and contributions to the music industry.
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