Ahoy maties! The most distinctive feature of sharks is their teeth, which are sharp and abundant. Sharks replace their teeth throughout their lifetime, as old ones fall out and new ones move forward. This adaptation helps the sharks remain active as hunters, and keeps them among the most feared predators in the entire world. That said, it appears Jack Russell has similarly shed some old teeth and welcomed some shiny new sharp ones, and the tides have provided a new direction for Jack Russell.
After reaching an agreement with his former bandmates (through litigation) over the use of the name Great White, it appears Jack is now focused on maintaining a sober lifestyle while looking ahead with a renewed passion for creating and performing the music he loves. With Tony Montana, former GW bassist turned guitarist, at his side, the pair sat down with Backstageaxxess.com before their sold out show in Buffalo, NY recently to discuss a variety of topics, the most exciting of which being the possible release of a new studio record. So grab your life vest, it’s safe to get into the water.