David Coverdale Shares Son Jasper's Successful Surgical Procedure

LOS ANGELES, CA - JUNE 13: David Coverdale is seen on June 13, 2018 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by BG023/Bauer-Griffin/GC Images)
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Whitesnake's David Coverdale shared a sigh of relief with fans today following his son Jasper's successful surgical procedure.

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"Dear All, Thank You So Much For Your Patience Today. Our Son, Jasper Had To Undergo A Surgical Procedure Which Understandably Had All Our Attention & Focus," the singer shared on the official Whitesnake Twitter account. "Thankfully, It Was A Success!!! For Which We Are Indescribably Grateful…It’s Been A Long Day & We’re All Very Tired…:) …"

Coverdale did not elaborate the reason behind the procedure. Jasper is the rocker's son with his wife, food author Cindy Coverdale. Everyone at Totally '80s is wishing Jasper a speedy recovery. Get well and rock on, son!

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