In an exclusive interview with Maddog Rock Radio, GREAT WHITE frontman Jack Russell was asked if there is a chance of the band releasing any new music in the near future. "Absolutely!" he replied. "[Guitarist] Mark [Kendall] and I have been talking about doing another record and getting the original members back together to do a new album and also a DVD from a live show. I think that'd be a lot of fun and I've talked to a few of the guys already and everyone seems into it so we'll see what happens."With regards to whether he is planning any more solo albums, Russell said, "Yes, I am. That's where my heart and soul is at this point. Don't get me wrong because I love GREAT WHITE but there are other things inside of me that needs to come out. It's nice to be able to do both things and to have the inspiration to do both. There are certain things I can't say with GREAT WHITE that I can say in my solo work." Read the rest of the interview here.
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