JACK RUSSELL Was 'Almost Ill' Listening To Ex Bandmates Tell Their Version Of GREAT WHITE Split
January 29, 2013
Singer Jack Russell of GREAT WHITE FEATURING JACK RUSSELL (formerly JACK RUSSELL'S GREAT WHITE) was interviewed live earlier today (Tuesday, January 29) on "The Heidi & Frank Show" on KLOS 95.5 FM radio station in Los Angeles, California. You can now watch the chat below.
February 20 marks the tenth anniversary of the tragic fire at The Station in West Warwick, Rhode Island. Jack Russell of the band GREAT WHITE, whose pyrotechnics ignited the deadly blaze, will take part in an acoustic performance on February 7 at Saint Rocke in Hermosa Beach, California, with proceeds set to be donated to Acey Longley (pictured below),the son of GREAT WHITE guitarist Ty Longley, who perished in the fire.
To purchase tickets for Jack Russell's acoustic performance on February 7 at Saint Rocke, go to this location.
The Rhode Island incident became the fourth deadliest fire in U.S. history, killing 100 and injuring hundreds more.
In 2008, GREAT WHITE agreed to pay $1 million to survivors and families of the victims of the fire. They then launched a multi-year benefit tour for the Station Family Fund.
GREAT WHITE FEATURING JACK RUSSELL is not to be confused with the other touring and recording version of GREAT WHITE, which features Mark Kendall, Scott Snyder (bass),Audie Desbrow (drums),Michael Lardie (guitar, keyboards) and Terry Ilous (lead vocals).
GREAT WHITE FEATURING JACK RUSSELL is:
Jack Russell - Vocals Robby Lochner (FIGHT) - Guitar Matthew Johnson (DOCTOR M, JACK RUSSELL) - Guitar Dario Seixas (FIREHOUSE, STEPHEN PEARCY) - Bass Derrick Pontier (GREAT WHITE, SAMANTHA 7) - Drums