Due to an injury, GREAT WHITE's Jack Russell was reportedly forced to sit out the band's appearance at this past Saturday's (May 30) My Waterloo Days festival in Waterloo, Iowa. His replacement for the show was Terry Ilous of XYZ.
Fan-filmed video footage of GREAT WHITE's "House Of Broken Love" performance from My Waterloo Days can be viewed below.
GREAT WHITE released its new album, "Rising", in North America on April 21 via Shrapnel Records. The CD was issued in Europe on March 13 through Frontiers Records.
Since reuniting in January 2007 to perform a benefit concert, GREAT WHITE has moved forward with the successful release in the summer of the same year of their return album "Back To The Rhythm", a record which was hailed by critics and fans as a return to the heydays of the band. After a world tour that celebrated the first 25 years of GREAT WHITE and that brought them for 14 concerts to Europe, bass player Sean McNabb opted out and was replaced by Scott Snyder (ex-RAMOS, ACCOMPLICE).
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GREAT WHITE is:
Jack Russell - vocals
Michael Lardie - guitars, keyboards
Mark Kendall - guitars
Scott Snyder - bass
Audie Desbrow - drums
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