GREAT WHITE vocalist Jack Russell has revealed to ZRock that he will be getting married later in the year. "That will be great," he said, before adding that "it's been a long time coming." Asked by ZRock about some of the negative feedback the group have received over the tour they have launched to raise money for the Station Family Fund, Russell said, "Not everybody is going to get it. Some people like eggs for breakfast, some people don't. Not everyone has always liked GREAT WHITE, and some people never will. To them, no matter what we do will be the wrong thing. The important thing is we do what we feel is right in our hearts and to help as many people as we can. If people don't want our help, they don't need to take it. We'll just keep working for the people that do." Read the rest of the interview here. Live photos from GREAT WHITE's March 6 performance in Houston can be viewed at this location.
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