The original lead singer of Great White lends his searing vocals to muscular blues-rock hits such as “Once Bitten, Twice Shy”
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Jack Russell’s Great White
When the hard-rock layman first hear Jack Russell: in 1989, when his searing vocals elevated Ian Hunter’s “Once Bitten, Twice Shy” to a smash hit
What hard-rock veterans already knew: Russell and Great White had been playing their own gritty version of blues rock and making their own chum since the late ’70s.
What to expect live: the original lead singer of Great White behind the mic, plowing through decades of classics such as “Rock Me” and “House of Broken Love”