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  Gig of Jack Russell's Great White Aug 27, 2022 in Rocklin, CA

Gig of Jack Russell's Great White in Amphitheater At Quarry Park

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About Jack Russell's Great White

Great White is an American rock band, formed in Los Angeles in 1977. The band peaked with several albums during the mid-to-late 1980s, including the platinum-selling records Once Bitten (1987) and ...Twice Shy (1989), and those albums' singles "Rock Me" and "Once Bitten, Twice Shy" received considerable airplay through radio and MTV. They charted two Top 40 hit singles on the Billboard Hot 100, with "Once Bitten, Twice Shy" and "The Angel Song." They continued to release new material into the 1990s.

Great White broke up in 2001. Within the next few years, the band had performed as "Jack Russell's Great White", which had also made headlines when, in 2003, a Rhode Island nightclub at which they were playing caught fire, leading to the deaths of 100 people, including band member Ty Longley. By 2006, "Jack Russell's Great White" had reverted its name back to its original name Great White. After more than three decades as their singer, Russell left the band in 2011, again using the moniker "Jack Russell's Great White". Great White has since continued on without Russell, who was first replaced by Terry Ilous, and then by current singer Mitch Malloy, who has been a member of the band since 2018.

As of August 2008, Great White estimated they had sold around eight million records worldwide.

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