GREAT WHITE Announce New Singer

GREAT WHITE Announce New Singer

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Legendary Rock band GREAT WHITE is proud to announce that Mitch Malloy is now their lead singer. Malloy, a celebrated songwriter and artist now based in Nashville, takes the reigns as only the third lead vocalist in GREAT WHITE’s 36-year history.

Mitch is 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. Terry Ilous has been released to join his other projects. We wish him the best of luck and thank him for his run with GREAT WHITE.”

Malloy, who originally hails from Dickinson, ND, 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. Most recently he’s been cranking out penned hits and producing clients for his Malloy Master Tracks studio. These clients include Taylor Swift, BOYS LIKE GIRLS, Kenny Loggins, Craig Morgan, Johnny Gates and many more.

Malloy has been in this is this situation before. 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 Ilous.

Guitarist and keyboardist Michael 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.”

GREAT WHITE is focused on its newest journey with Malloy. They plan on returning to the studio and will update fans as soon as they can. GREAT WHITE is Mark Kendall (lead guitar), Michael Lardie (guitar, keyboards), Audie Desbrow (drums, percussion), Scott Synder (bass) and Mitch Malloy (vocals).

More dates are being added to the tour continuously. Note that all dates are subject to change.

Current schedule:

July
14 - The Lucky Eagle Casino - Rochester, WA
20 - Harrah’s Cherokee -  Cherokee, NC
21 - Macon City Auditorium -  Macon, GA
27 - St. Clair Riverfest - St. Clair, MI
28 - Beaver Dam Amphitheater - Beaver Dam, KY
30 - Monroe County Fair - Monroe, MI

August
03 - Psycho Silo - Sheffield, IL
04 - Clearfield County Fair - Clearfield, PA
15 - Iowa State Fair - Des Moines, IA
17 - Turning Stone Resort & Casino - Verona, NY
18 - Kentucky State Fair - Louisville, KY
19 - The Foundation Performing Arts Center - Spindale, NC
25 - Idaho Rock Fest Melaleca Field - Idaho Falls, ID

September
01 - Shenandoah County Fair -  Woodstock, VA
02 - Jergel’s Rhythm Grille - Warrendale, PA
08 - Grand Falls Casino - Larchwood, IA
15 - Rockefella’s Music Festival II - Banning, CA
22 - Southwind Casino - Newkirk, OK
28 - Private Event - Detroit, MI
29 - BMI Speedway - Versailles, OH

October
06 - Pearl River Casino & Resort - Philadelphia, PA

November
02 - Sycuan Casino - El Cajon, CA
16 - Golden Nugget Casino - Las Vegas, NV

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