Review: Stage, The Re-Release Of The Live Album By Great White

Stage is a live album released by the American hard rock band, Great White, in 1995 on the Zoo Entertainment Records label and it is rereleased February 21, 2020, on the Deadline Records label and distributed by Cleopatra Records.  The first six tracks of the CD come from a 1994 House of Blues benefit concert (Stage One) and the other songs from a 1993 Anaheim show (Stage Two), several tracks of which were previously featured as a bonus on the studio album Sail Away. The lineup on this live album is Jack Russell on lead and backing vocals, Mark Kendall on guitar and backing vocals, Michael Lardie on guitar, keyboards, and backing vocals, Teddy Cook on bass and backing vocals and Audie Desbrow on drums.  

This fourteen track album features such live recordings as “House Of Broken Love,” “Afterglow,” “Babe (I’m Gonna Leave You),” “Rock Me,” “Once Bitten Twice Shy,” and much more.  I was moved by the performances on this album, as well as it’s recording and songwriting.  You can grab your copy of this album on CD and Vinyl formats from Cleopatra Record, Amazon, and many other outlets plus you can learn more about the band’s current tour schedule and more from their website

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