Great White

Great White Biography

Hair / Glam (Heavy Metal) band from Los Angeles, California (USA).

Great White formed in 1977. The band gained popularity during the 1980's and early 1990's. In 2003, the band made headlines when The Station nightclub fire led to the deaths of 100 people in West Warwick, Rhode Island, including Ty Longley, who had been a member of lead singer Jack Russell (2)'s solo band. In 2011 the band split, with Jack Russell forming "Jack Russell's Great White" and lead singer Terry Ilous (of XYZ (3)) fronting Great White.

Current Line-Up

Terry Ilous: Vocals

Mark Kendall: Guitar

Michael Lardie: Keyboards, Guitar

Scott Snyder: Bass

Audie Desbrow: Drums

Former Line-Up:

Krys Baratto: Bass

Lorne Black: Bass

Teddy Cook: Bass

Dave Filice: Bass

Gary Holland: Drums

Matthew Johnson: Guitar

Ty Longley: Guitar

Jordan Martin: Guitar

Tony Montana: Bass

Tyler Nelson: Guitar

Derrick Pontier: Drums

Scott Pounds: Bass

Eric Powers: Drums

Francis Ruiz: Drums

Sean McNabb: Bass

Jack Russell: Vocals

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