It's hard to separate the name of Los Angeles rock act Great White from the event in recent history with which they're most associated. It was supposedly this group whose pyrotechnics caused a notorious 2003 club fire in Rhode Island that killed 100 people, including the band's then-guitarist. Unfortunately, the tragedy wasn't even technically written about correctly in the media, because the act performing that night wasn't even the real Great White. It was officially billed as "Jack Russell's Great White," legally named for the former vocalist who started his own, split-off iteration of the group with only guitarist Mark Kendall as... More >>>