Jack Russell’s Great White 2012 Tour
Live video of Jack Russell’s Great White on the 2012 High Seas tour with support from Wings Of Innocence and Suckerpunch.
About Great White
Great White is an American rock band founded in 1977 in Los Angeles. The band gained popularity in the mid to late 80s with their platinum albums “Once Bitten” (1987) and “Twice Shy” (1989). In addition, they had these hit singles: “Rock Me” and “Once Bitten, Twice Shy.” Unfortunately, the band disbanded in 2001. However, they reassembled as “Jack Russell’s Great White” until 2006 when they changed back to their original name. In 2003, a fatal fire at a Rhode Island nightclub during their performance made headlines. Jack Russell, lead singer for over three decades, left the band in 2011 and continues to perform under the name “Jack Russell’s Great White.”
Deadlands is a power/thrash metal band from Sacramento, CA, which formed in 2010. Their hard-hitting sound and electrifying stage presence have earned them recognition in the heavy metal community. In 2015, the band was nominated for the SAMMIE AWARDS, a testament to their impact and influence in the music scene. Deadlands has since signed with Massacre Records, solidifying their status as one of the leading acts in their genre. With a strong foundation and a dedicated following, Deadlands captivates audiences with their powerful sound and unforgettable live performances.
About The Venue
About The Venue
The Boardwalk, founded by Mark Earl in 1987, was a staple in the Sacramento music scene until its closure in January 2022 due to the Covid-19 pandemic and Earl’s passing. Nine months later, Derek Clark and Sara Green, owners of Orangevale’s Palm Tree Brewing Company, bought the property and renovated the venue, including the installation of advanced sound and lighting systems.