Jack Russell Won’t Perform At Upcoming Jack Russell’s Great White Show, His Replacement Announced

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Jack Russell won’t be able to make it to the next Jack Russell’s Great White show due to ongoing health issues. Feather Falls Casino & Lodge, the venue for the event, shared a statement on Facebook:

“Regrettably, we need to inform the fans of Jack Russell’s Great White that Jack will not be performing this weekend at Feather Falls Casino due to an ongoing health issue. Performing in his place will be friends of Jack Russell featuring his band members Robby Lochner (guitar), Dan McNay (bass), Ken Mary (drums), and Tony Montana (axe/keys).”

The statement also introduced Russell’s replacement:

“Andrew Freeman has stepped up to help out on vocals. Andrew is the A-list vocalist of Last In Line and also a former member of Offspring, Lynch Mob, and Great White. The ‘Friends of Jack’ band will be performing all the hits plus some DIO classics! Bulletboys kick off the night in true Rock N’ Roll fashion! We appreciate your continued support as Jack works on getting his health in order!”

David Enser, the marketing and entertainment director at Feather Falls Casino & Lodge, also commented on the situation:

“Hello Everyone, This press release was provided by the agency representing Jack Russell’s Great White & Bullet Boys. We here at Feather Falls Casino are just passing on the information to make sure that everyone is aware of the changes. The show will go on as scheduled so with it not being canceled we have a no refund policy. If you are still attending the show I promise you will have a great time and not be disappointed with Andrew Freeman as the frontman while Jack is recovering. Thank you for your continued support, hopefully, I will see you at the show on Saturday. Rock On Fellow Rockers!”

Freeman confirmed his participation in the concert through a social media post:

“I’ll be filling in on vocals for Jack Russell’s Great White on Saturday at Feather Falls Casino in Oroville, CA. Wishing Jack a speedy recovery. That dude is tough as nails and I’m honored to fill in for him.”

Russell’s departure from Great White in December 2011 due to health issues led to a legal battle over the band name. He now performs as Jack Russell’s Great White, while the rest of the band continues as Great White.

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