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Great White is a hard rock band that formed in 1978 in Los Angeles, California, United States. The band was popular during the late 80s, when their cover of Ian Hunter's "Once Bitten, Twice Shy" became a Top 5 hit in the United States. The band's only constant members have been Jack Russell (vocals) and Mark Kendall (guitar), with the exception of a period between 2000 and 2001 in which Kendall did not perform with the band.

The band continued to release new material into the 1990s, although none of their material charted in the United States. In 2003, the band made headlines when The Station nightclub fire led to the deaths of 100 people in West Warwick, Rhode Island, including the band's guitarist Ty Longley, who had been a member of the band for three years. Great White made a comeback in 2007 with the release of a new album and an accompanying tour

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Mark Kendall
since 1977 Guitar
Michael Lardie
since 1986 till 2000 Unknown
since 2006 Unknown
Audie Desbrow
since 1986 till 2000 Drum set
since 2006 Drum set
Jack Russell
since 1981 till 2011 Unknown
Scott Snyder
since 2008 Bass
Sean McNabb
since 1995 till 2000 Bass
since 2006 till 2008 Bass
Terry Ilous
since 2011 till 2018 Lead vocal
Lorne Black
since 1981 till 1987 Unknown
Mitch Malloy
since 2018 Lead vocal
Gary Holland
since 1981 till 1986 Unknown
Tony Montana
since 1987 till 1992 Unknown
Tyler Nelson
since 2003 till 2005 Unknown
Teddy Cook
since 1992 till 1994 Bass
Dave Filice
since 2001 till 2003 Unknown
Eric Powers
since 2001 till 2003 Unknown
Ty Longley
since 2001 till 2003 Guitar
Scott Pounds
since 2003 till 2005 Unknown
Joseph May
since 2003 till 2005 Unknown
Krys Baratto
since 2000 till 2001 Unknown
Francis Ruiz
since 2000 till 2001 Unknown
Matthew Johnson
since 2000 till 2001 Unknown

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