GREAT WHITE singer Jack Russell will be the featured guest on KNAC.COM's "WildSide" (hosted by Diana DeVille) on Saturday, August 4 beginning at around 4:30 p.m. PST. You can listen to the interview at www.knac.com.GREAT WHITE has just released a new album, entitled "Back to the Rhythm", via Shrapnel Records. Frontiers Records will issue the CD in Europe on August 31 via in a lavish digipack edition. Since reuniting in January 2007 to perform at a benefit concert, the original lineup of Southern California's GREAT WHITE has moved forward and hit the studio for its first album in eight years. "It's just like old times," states Jack Russell. "There's a bond that forms between people that is very special. I've missed my friends." "Back to the Rhythm" was mixed, produced, and engineered by guitarist Michael Lardie with all members contributing to to the final mix. "The new songs sound fresh to me — very GREAT WHITE, but with an approach of what we sound like in a live performance situation," explains Lardie. "[Mark] Kendall [guitar] and I are having fun channeling our STONES roots and playing off each other in the Richards/Woods tradition." (Thanks: Andrew / The Space Lord)
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