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Mark makes his big return to WVOX!!
Great White Founder/Guitarist Mark Kendall Returns To WVOX's Metal Mayhem This Friday!
Host Matthew O'Shaughnessy raises the Metal Mayhem flag high as he proudly welcomes back Great White guitarist and founder Mark Kendall to his New York radio show this Friday, November 8th at 8:10pm Eastern exclusively heard on WVOX.com Worldwide and 1460 AM. Kendall will talk with O'Shaughnessy again about the groups latest tour itineraryand Great White's touted appearance on the highly-regarded and headbanging Monsters Of Rock Cruise which hits Nassau, Bahamas from March 29th - April 2nd. Mark Kendall will also discuss Great White's contributions on the 40th Anniversary KISS tribute album, A World With Heroes in which he and bassist Scott Snyder are featured on the iconic KISS song, Love Gun. Mark and Matt will be showcasing tracks from both the bands Elation and 30-years Live From The Sunset Strip albums during the live on-air broadcast. "An appearance by the one and only blues-based guitar maestro Mark Kendall is always an incredible highlight of our broadcasting year", says host Matthew O'Shaughnessy.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
GREAT WHITE MEMBERS CONTRIBUTE TO
40TH ANNIVERSARY KISS TRIBUTE ALBUM
LARDIE’S ‘BETH’ NO. 1 DOWNLOAD IN JAPAN
A World With Heroes- A 40th Anniversary Tribute Album to KISS, with profits going to cancer care is now available online. The album features 20 monster hits performed by rock’s biggest names. GREAT WHITE’s keyboardist, guitarist and co-producer, Michael Lardie sang and performed all the instruments on the moving ballad “Beth.”
Lardie’s rendition of “Beth” is currently the No. 1 downloaded track off the entire album in Japan.
“Alan Niven (GREAT WHITE former manager and A&R) and project mastermind Mitch Lafon reached out to me and asked me to contribute,” Lardie said. “Mitch picked the song for me. Anything to do with cancer research is a cause I’m behind 100-percent. It’s taken away too many of our loved ones.”
Lafon’s successful PledgeMusic.com campaign raised just under $23,000 for the Vaudreuil-Soulanges Palliative Care Residence in Hudson, Quebec, resulted in worldwide sales on iTunes. The iTunes release includes re-imagined track listing and eleven bonus tracks.
GREAT WHITE guitarist Mark Kendall and bassist Scott Synder contributed to the album’s “Love Gun” track. Lead singer Terry Ilous sang “Forever.”
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