|No mention of pyrotechnics in Great White rider...and...||ClydeTri|
Feb 25, 2003 11:33 AM
Apparently from what I have learned in a newsgroup, and somewhat confirmed by that website is that this is not technically THE Great White, but the lead singer with some session musicians. Maybe a Great White fan can elaborate on this...
|re: No mention of pyrotechnics in Great White rider...and...||Alpedhuez55|
Feb 25, 2003 1:14 PM
|Here is what I found online:
Despite changes in its lineup — of the five original members, only the lead singer, Jack Russell, 42, and the guitarist Mark Kendall, 45, were still with the band on Thursday night.
THese were the two who would be most recognizable from the band. Kendall used to have a big head of blonde hair & cowboy hat and was the lead guitarist. I think Kendall was out of the band for a while which might explain why Jack Russell's Great WHite on the contracts. Kind of like Axel Rose's version of "Gun's and Roses" last year.