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11 Years Ago: Great White Concert Fire Kills 100

On Feb. 20, 2003, during a Great White show at the Station nightclub in West Warwick, Rhode Island, 100 people lost their lives and over 200 were injured in a fire caused by the band's pyrotechnic display.

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R.I.P. Great White Bassist Lorne Black

Lorne Black, a former bassist with Great White, has died. Brave Words is reporting that he passed away on Sept. 27.

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Great White and Jack Russell End Legal Tug-of-War Over Band Name

Great White's most recent reunion ended with original singer Jack Russell out of the lineup and fighting for the right to use the band's name -- a fight that's now ended in what looks like a rock 'n' roll draw.

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Great White: Find Another Charity

Jack Russell of Great White wanted to mark the 10th anniversary of the tragic fire at a Rhode Island night club that was caused by his band's pyrotechnics and killed 100 people by giving a concert for the memorial fund. The charity said no thanks.

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Former Great White Frontman Plans Memorial Concert

Great White's ever-shifting lineup is too complicated for all but the most ardent fans of the band -- which now includes two separate touring incarnations and the ever-present threat of a lawsuit. But no matter who's in the group, one thing remains the same: The shadow cast by the fire that claimed the lives of 100 people at a Great White show on Feb. 20, 2003.

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Rock Report: Great White’s Mark Kendall Stays Close with Families of 2003 Fire Victims

Next February will make 10 years since a fire at a Great White show at the Station Nightclub in Rhode Island claimed 100 lives. Co-founder and guitarist Mark Kendall says his relationship with the victims families is what's helped him through the tragedy. 

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