Former GREAT WHITE Drummer's Home Destroyed In Fire

Former GREAT WHITE drummer Audie Desbrow lost his home in one of the most destructive and deadly wildfire outbreaks in California history, according to the Los Angeles Times. Gone in the fire was the recording studio along with hundreds of CDs, music industry awards — everything he owned.

Standing near the burned-out Del Rosa neighborhood of San Bernardino and wearing blue jeans and a black T-shirt, Desbrow, 46, summed up his losses on Sunday: "All I got's what I have on."

At least 17 deaths were blamed on the fires, 15 in Southern California and two in Mexico, as separate blazes were scattered along an arc from the suburbs northwest of Los Angeles to Ensenada, Mexico, about 60 miles south of the border. At least 1,137 homes have been destroyed in California so far.

The San Bernardino Sheriff's Department released a sketch Tuesday of one of two people they are searching for in connection with the suspected arson that started the devastating Old Fire, which has burned nearly 30,000 acres.


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