JACK RUSSELL Says GREAT WHITE Has Little In Common With 'Hair Metal' Bands
Amanda Chamberlain of IN Utah This Week recently conducted an interview with GREAT WHITE vocalist Jack Russell. A couple of excerpts from the chat follow.
On looking to pour a good load of cash into real estate:
"When they knocked 'em down from a million-five to a million, my wife and I thought real estate would make a good investment."
On whether he would ever partake in a reality-TV show:
"Those shows always use sub-prime people who were kinda famous for five minutes and I don't want to get lumped in with that. Is the money really worth your dignity?"
On GREAT WHITE's hair metal stigma:
"We might be labeled as hair metal, but GREAT WHITE has always been just a blues, rock 'n' roll band. We were never the magazine cover darlings. It wasn't like, 'I'm Bret Michaels, I'm so good-looking.' It was like, 'You know what? I'm tired of this weave stuff.'"
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