JACK RUSSELL To Take Part In 'Rock 'N' Roll Fantasy Camp'

Jack Russell of GREAT WHITE will participate in the Rock 'N' Roll Fantasy Camp during the first week of May in Hollywood, California. Jack will attend a number of events, including the opening-night jam which is being hosted by Kip Winger.

"I am really looking forward to jamming with Kip, and other old friends, and seeing my friend Steven Tyler at the jam with the campers at the Playboy Mansion," said Russell.

Rock 'N' Roll Fantasy Camp was founded by David Fishof in 1997 as the ultimate music experience for the amateur or aficionado, pairing music lovers of all levels together with rock icons for a first-hand immersion in the rock 'n' roll lifestyle. Camp attendees move from spectator to band member, sharing the stage — and limelight — with rock legends for an once-in-a-lifetime experience.

For more information, visit RockCamp.com.

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