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Great White Performs Live at House Of Blues in Chicago

  • PopStar
No bubble gum here. The members of Great White are consummate pros of true Rock n' Roll. After twenty five-plus years together, they have it down, and they haven't lost their edge. PopStar caught up with this legendary band when they played at the House of Blues in Chicago, just a couple of weeks after our exclusive interview with Great White's guitarist and keyboardist Michael Lardie. As revved-up fans waited patiently in a "standing room only" music theater at the House of Blues, the theme song from Jaws began echoing through the sound system, evoking chills and thrills of anticipation from the crowd. Their favorite sharks, after all, were about to make a splash. Call it Rock and Roll. That was the song they opened up with anyway, after a weathered but willing Jack Russell, the band's lead singer, hobbled onto the stage with the assistance of a multi-colored crutch and a black cane.
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Exclusive Interview: Michael Lardie (Great White, Guitarist)

  • PopStar
Great White is having great fun these days. The popular rock band, which began their rise to fame back in the mid 1980's, has assembled their core members and hit the road. Jack Russell, Mark Kendall, Audie Desbrow, Michael Lardie, and newcomer Scott Snyder say this time around they're having a blast, as they reacquaint themselves with longtime fans and welcome a new generation of admirers. With 13 studio albums and an impressive list of hits like Once Bitten Twice Shy, Save Your Love, Rock Me, House of Broken Love, and Call it Rock and Roll, Great White, like their music, has endured. PopStar recently had the pleasure of speaking with Michael Lardie, the guitarist for Great White, who discussses what life is like now vs. then, their current live tour, today's music, and a few thoughts on the bands past, present, and future. Michael, Great White has been playing together
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