JACK RUSSELL To Bring GREAT WHITE Back To Life On Upcoming Tour

November 2, 2002

With the release of the GREAT WHITE live album, "Thank you .. Goodnight", by Knight Records on Nov. 19, former GW frontman Jack Russell has agreed to perform some very special dates with his band, along with Mark Kendall (ex-GREAT WHITE) on lead guitar, where they will be playing all the classic GW material.

Billed as JACK RUSSELL's GREAT WHITE, the group's lineup will consist of the following:

Jack Russell – Vocals
Mark Kendall - Lead Guitar
Ty Longley – Guitar
David Filice – Bass
Eric Powers – Drums
Yuko Tamura – Keyboards

So far, the following dates have been confirmed:

Nov. 30 - Anaheim, CA @ House Of Blues
Dec. 06 - Orlando, FL @ House of Blues
Dec. 07 - Chicago, IL @ House of Blues

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