Jack Russell & Friends Cover Toto

We all know Jack Russell as the lead singer of Great White, but he recently teamed up with some friends (including¬†Robin McAuley¬†of McAauley Schenker Group and Survivor) for a stellar cover of Toto’s hit “Hold the Line”.

Russell is also busy working on the first Great White LP since 2017’s He Saw It Coming.

 

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