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Changes? Yeah, they’ve had ‘em. Fallen off the path? Guilty. Slowed down? No way.  Never. Don’t ever count these guys out of the game. For the first time in its 36-year  history, Grammy nominated hard rock band legends, Great White takes on its third frontman. The band is ready for what lies ahead in 2018, with a respectful nod to the  past forging its tried-and-true mantra: these songs are bigger than any one member.  

“Mitch Malloy is the lead singer of Great White. He’s an incredible singer, artist,  songwriter and engineer,” lead guitarist, Mark Kendall said. “We’re beyond excited to  stretch our musical muscles with a fresh, new take on Great White’s catalog of hits.” 

That arsenal of songs include the Grammy nominated Best Hard Rock Performance  hit, “Once Bitten, Twice Shy,” Great White has sold over 10 million albums  worldwide, has six Top 100 Billboard hits, nine Top 200 Billboard albums, two  platinum albums, and clocked the top of MTV four times.  

To experience their hits live in concert—“Rock Me,” “Mista Bone,” “Save Your Love,”  “House of Broken Love,” and “Lady Red Light”—is to ride an emotional wave of  sultry connections, arousing lyrics, and an all-out marathon of hard-hitting  orchestrations.  

California-based Great White continues to tour worldwide and in the last four years  logged nearly 400 dates in several states and countries. The band celebrated numerous  milestones that included several sold-out performances, a return to the Zurich,  Switzerland’s Rock Im Tal Festival, the 10th anniversary of M3 Rock Festival and a  handful of intimate, acoustic performances. 

They returned to the classic rock radio charts with “Complicated” off of 2012’s  Elation. The band’s 12th studio album, Elation, garnered high marks from numerous  rock journalists behind the pesky “Something For You,” the cheeky “Shotgun  Willie’s,” and the emotional, Top 10 classic rock radio entry, “Hard To Say Goodbye.” 

In June 2017, Great White reunited with its original producer, Michael Wagener on  the thrilling Full Circle. The nine-track album spawned the balls-to-the wall single  “Big Time.” And for the first time in its career, Great White gave a peak behind the  curtain to its fans with the accompanying DVD “The Making of Full Circle.”  

Great White is Mark Kendall (guitar), Michael Lardie (guitar, keyboards), Audie  Desbrow (drums), Scott Snyder (bass), and Mitch Malloy (vocals). Since 1982, the  Great White sound has captivated audiences worldwide with crushing blues-based  guitar riffs and swagger that invokes an emotional high for anyone that listens. The  band’s core writing team of Lardie and Kendall forged numerous hits over the years,  and when Desbrow joined in ’85, the grooves hooked an amazing stride.  

For nearly a decade, Snyder has merged his unforgiving rhythm to Desbrow’s relentless percussion. New to Great White but well known and respected in rock  music, Malloy charted his first solo single, “Anything At All” in 1992. His subsequent  hits “ “Nobody Wins In This War” and “Our Love Will Never Die” also made  Billboard’s Top 100.  

In 1996 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee, Van Halen, asked Malloy to take the  reigns as its singer. Although Malloy didn’t take the gig, he further established his  reputation as a universally- respected frontman. He’s thrilled to be a part of Great  White. He’s not trying to be a “clone” of previous singers Jack Rusell and Terry Ilous.  

“I have to represent this music honorably,” Malloy said. “I respect what has come  before me, and have to remind fans of where they were when they first heard these  songs. I also have to be myself at the same time. When I first heard my own voice  with Great White’s music, I knew something special was going on.” 

Lardie, praised Malloy for his musical chops and reputation. 


“We had an immediate rapport with Mitch,” Lardie said. “I’m positive the fans will  embrace Mitch and continue to support Great White. This music is bigger than any  one person.”

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