Jack Russell’s Great White represents the next phase of a legacy. Rather than look backwards and merely attempt to relive the multi-platinum Hard Rock entity’s storied origins, Jack Russell set his sights on the future. In December 2011, Jack Russell’s Great White first bared its teeth. Since its inception, the frontman welcomed back longtime bassist and friend Tony Montana—this time as a guitar player and keyboardist—lead guitarist Robby Lochner, and drummer Dicki Fliszar. Now, this group has a sharp, soaring and slick new album ready, boasting the bluesy Hard Rock stomp that made Russell and Montana icons in the first place. Zoran Theodorovic had the pleasure of speaking with Jack and his wisdom is shared below. Continue reading “Jack Russell of Jack Russell’s Great White Interviewed”
Ouch…I get totally bummed out if a bar I am playing in isn’t packed out or if people aren’t interested. I couldn’t imagine being on top of the hill back in the 80′s and now playing for 40 people in an empty arena. The original article says “Karma Continues” but I won’t go there. I think its more of the sad State America is in with live bands. They just don’t care anymore. Metal still rules overseas. Maybe we should all just move over there?