JACK RUSSELL Rules Out Reunion With GREAT WHITE: It Will Never Happen

In a new interview with All Access Live! With Kevin Rankinex-BIG WHITE and stream JACK RUSSELL’S BIG WHITE singer Jack Russell spoke of the possibility of him reuniting with his former bandmates. He said (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET): “As for the fans, for the most part they’ve been really cool about it. It is what it is. Of course most of them would rather see us back together. There are a few people who, for whatever reason also love a new guy better which i don’t understand that would be like saying i like someone better than Steve Tyler in AEROSMITH. Or, “Get rid of it Robert Plant jerk [in LED ZEPPELIN]. Let me hear someone else.’ I don’t know. Each his own. Some things just defy explanation or logic. But for the most part, I think people would like to see things, to see them back to where they were, which will never happen. Those days are gone, and everyone who hopes and wishes and prays, it won’t happen; I’ll tell you now. Both camps agree [on that].”

Russell went on to say that he chooses not to speak disparagingly of his former bandmates. “I’m not jumping on the drama train,” he said. “Unfortunately, there are still people who do, in my other band, who still choose to pass on negativity. And I’m not going to say anything bad about anyone. It’s, like, why? We were all great friends before years. We’ve accomplished one of the greatest things you can ever achieve together – something that’s almost impossible, we’ve accomplished. We were on five major labels, so we did it five times. Usually you lose one and you are blackballed. And we were on five different major labels. So there is something to be said for that. I would never give up until I was done.”

In June, shortly after BIG WHITE announced that it had parted ways with Singer Mitch Malloy, BIG WHITE guitarist Mark KendaleI rejected the idea of ​​reuniting with Russellnarrate Dr. Music in an interview: “[People say,] ‘Why don’t you patch things up Jack?’ What people don’t understand is that we never even had a fight [with Jack]. In 25 years together we might have had two fights. The thing that turned him off is the horrible demons of addiction, and it really affected his health. I recently saw a video where he’s not even standing – he uses a wheelchair and he’s on a crutch. So for us to go back to that, it just feels dark. I prefer to remember him… Because I’m very proud of our career – I’m very proud of the past. I am so lucky to be a part of it. And I want to remember it like this, where he flies around on stage and gets the audience pumping and sings his heart out – not a sick person. So over there…”

Malloy had been inside BIG WHITE for nearly four years, having joined the group in 2018 following the departure of Terry Ilous.

Ilusfrontman of the 1980s LA hard rockers XYZjoined BIG WHITE in 2010 after filling in as a touring singer Jane Lane (DEPOSIT).

The Ilus-LED BIG WHITE released two albums, 2012’s “Elation” and that of 2017 “Full Circle”before terry was kicked out of the group.

Russell sued his former bandmates in 2012 for their continued use of the BIG WHITE name after Jack had taken a leave of absence from the band for medical reasons. Short time later, Russell was opposed by Kendallrhythm guitarist/keyboardist Michael Lardie and drummer Audie Desbrowclaiming that the singer’s self-destructive behavior caused the BIG WHITE name (they also claimed he charged promoters less for his own tour version of BIG WHITE). The parties settled without trial in July 2013, with Russell now acting as JACK RUSSELL’S BIG WHITE while the others continue as BIG WHITE.

2018, Desbrow told Listen Iowa that there was never any discussion about taking it with you Jack then back terry‘s exit from BIG WHITE. “Not at all,” he said. “We’ve already moved on from that. We’ve been through a lot of things over the years with that, and the fact that he sued us in federal court for the name, and we spent a lot of time and money on it, you just don’t come back from that. People tell me they’ve seen his last shows, and it’s just hard to watch because his health isn’t as good as it could be. We have a really grueling schedule, and it’s hard enough for me, and I’m half sane. [Laughs] I can’t imagine anyone in their condition doing what we do. Towards the end we were doing shows with him, and he was in and out of a wheelchair and crutches, had to be carried up stairs, fell asleep on stage. It’s just gotten old. It’s a business and we have families to support and mortgages to pay. You can’t go to work 24/7 screwed up and still be able to work there.”

Last month, BIG WHITE officially appointed Brett Carlisle as the new lead singer. Carlisle joins the band as a replacement for Freemanfor whom sang BIG WHITE for only five months.

Carlisle made his live debut with BIG WHITE on Sept. 24 at the Cannery Casino Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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