GREAT WHITE frontman Jack Russell will be interviewed by Chris Nelson on this week's edition of "Hair Metal Haven" on Rock 247 Online. The show will be broadcast between 17.00 and 19.00 GMT on Saturday, February 23.To listen to the program via the Internet, click here. GREAT WHITE released a new album in July 2007, entitled "Back to the Rhythm", via Shrapnel Records. Frontiers Records issued the CD in Europe on August 31 via in a lavish digipack edition. The record — which also marks GREAT WHITE's 25th anniversary — features original members Jack Russell (vocals), Mark Kendall (lead guitar), Audie Desbrow (drums), Michael Lardie (guitar/keyboards) and Sean McNabb (bass). "Back to the Rhythm" was mixed, produced, and engineered by guitarist Michael Lardie with all members contributing to to the final mix. Watch fan-filmed video footage of GREAT WHITE performing the song "Rock Me" on February 11, 2008 at Alcatraz in Milan, Italy:
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