Great White Announce More Tour Dates
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Southern California hard rockers GREAT WHITE have lined up the following tour dates:
Jul. 06 - Lucky Monkey at Altman - Trinidad, CO
Jul. 08 - Village at Copper Mountain, The Copper Mountain, CO
Jul. 13 - Bricktown Event Center - Oklahoma City, OK
Jul. 14 - Rock Yard - Ft. Worth, TX
Jul. 15 - Rocklahoma – Pryor, OK
Jul. 20 - Comstock Music Festival – Comstock, NE
Jul. 27 - Badger Music Theater – Reedsburg, WI
Jul. 28 - Ham N Jam – Peoria, IL
Aug. 04 - Boneyard Saloon Ampitheater – Sturgis, ND
Aug. 11 - Chevrolet Centre – Yongstown, OH
Aug. 13 – Seacrets - Ocean City, MD
Aug. 16 - DTE Music Theatre – Clarkston, MI
Aug. 24 - Clay Peak Motorcycle Park – Payette, ID
Aug. 25 - West Gate Plaza – Glendale, AZ
Sep. 08 - Gaslight Tavern – Ellsworth, WI
Oct. 04 - Feather Falls Casino – Oroville, CA
Frontiers Records has set an August 31 European release date for the new album from the reunited original lineup of GREAT WHITE, entitled "Back to the Rhythm". The CD will be issued in a lavish digipack edition on with the following track listing:
01. Back to the Rhythm
02. Here Goes My Head Again
03. Take Me Down
04. Play On
05. Was It the Night
06. I'm Alive
07. Still Hungry
08. Standin' on the Edge
09. How Far is Heaven
11. 30 Days in the Hole (European bonus track)
12. Just Yesterday
Shrapnel will release the album in the U.S.
Since reuniting in January 2007 to perform at a benefit concert, the original lineup of Southern California's GREAT WHITE has moved forward and hit the studio for its first album in eight years. "It's just like old times," states lead singer Jack Russell. "There's a bond that forms between people that is very special. I've missed my friends."
To commemorate GREAT WHITE's 25th anniversary, original members Russell, Mark Kendall (lead guitar), Audie Desbrow (drums), Michael Lardie (guitar, keyboards) and Sean McNabb (bass) have been in studio the last few months writing and recording. The group's new CD, "Back to the Rhythm", was mixed, produced, and engineered by Michael Lardie with all members contributing to to the final mix.
"The new songs sound fresh to me — very GREAT WHITE, but with an approach of what we sound like in a live performance situation," explains Lardie. "Kendall and I are having fun channeling our STONES roots and playing off each other in the Richards/Woods tradition."
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