GREAT WHITE’s ‘Elation’ No. 8 on Charts; Two Additional Dates Added to Tour

Great White Elation-500x500Great White’s “Hard to Say Goodbye” from their album Elation is now No. 8 on the classic rock radio Mediabase chart.  The album was released on May 2012 via Frontier Records.

“The validation from our fans and the radio community has been phenomenal,” said Great White founder Mark Kendall. “The energy on this record has been building higher and higher. This is the Great White sound and I couldn’t be prouder to be a part of this amazing experience.”

The band has added two additional dates to their tour schedule.  Check ’em out below in bold.



  • March 16 – 20, Monsters of Rock Cruise (various)
  • March 30, Sierra Ballroom at Boomtown Casino (Reno, Nev.)
  • April 5, Chester’s Harley Davidson Pavilion (Mesa, Ariz.)
  • May 4, Yucaipa Festival (Yucaipa, Calif.)
  • May 10, The Railhead at Boulder Station Casino (Las Vegas, Nev.)
  • June 1, Ride for a Cure (Salt Lake City, Utah)
  • June 8, Thunder on the Lot at Antelope Valley Fairgrounds (Lancaster, Calif.)
  • June 27, Chumash Casino (Santa Ynez, Calif.)
  • July 6, Concerts on the Green (Hollister, Calif.)
  • July 11, Gettysburg Bike Week (Gettysburg, Pa.)
  • July 12, BBQ Festival (Kankakee, Ill.)
  • July 20, Waukesha County Fair (Waukesha, Wis.)
  • July 26, Braun’s Concert Cove (Akron, N.Y.)
  • July 27, Mattawa Voyageur Days (Mattawa, Ontario, Canada)
  • August 2, Rocking the River (Detroit, Mich.)
  • August 3, Yamhill County Fair (McMinnville, Ore.)
  • August 15, UP State Fair (Escanaba, Mich.)
  • October 26, Deerfoot Inn & Casino (Calgary, Alberta, Canada)

Great White features founder Mark Kendall (guitar), and 28-year-veterans Michael Lardie (guitar, keyboards) and Audie Desbrow (drums), lead singer Terry Ilous and bassist Scott Snyder join them.


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