JACK RUSSELL & TRACII GUNS Reveals New Music Video For ‘Tell Me Why’ From Their Upcoming Album “Medusa”

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Russell / Guns marks the beginning of a fresh artistic partnership between two legendary figures of Los Angeles hard rock: Jack Russell and Tracii Guns, accompanied by Johnny Martin, Shane Fitzgibbon, and Alexandro del Vecchio. They have just released the lyric video for ‘Tell Me Why’, the second single from the band’s upcoming studio album, “Medusa”, due out on January 12, 2024 via Frontiers Music Srl.

Commenting on the partnership, Tracii Guns said: Jack is one of the greatest rock voices of our generation. It’s a total honor to play guitar on this record.”

About the album, Jack commented: “It was so great making a record with Tracii! Initially, I had my reservations about making this record, but in the end it kicks ass. I’ll play with Tracii anytime!”

On “Medusa”, Jack and Tracii have discovered a common thread in a collection of songs that draw from the bluesy power and heavy energy of their most celebrated material and roots, yet infused with a fresh, energetic drive and modern metallic production.

“Medusa” is an album that showcases inspired artistic integrity and commitment to rock’n’roll from two extraordinary rock stars of the 80s and 90s.

Ultimately, this new music from Russell / Guns is a gift to the millions of fans who have steadfastly supported both Tracii Guns and Jack Russell throughout the years. It’s everything they’ve been waiting for and more. You can pre-order “Medusa” HERE.

In 1984, Russell burst on to the scene as the frontman for Great White, a prominent presence in the Los Angeles music scene. The band’s self-titled debut, along with platinum-selling albums like 1987’s “Once Bitten…” and 1989’s “…Twice Shy”, sold over eight million copies worldwide. Their rock legacy continued into the 21st century, and in 2011, Russell went on to form Jack Russell’s Great White.

Guns is a legend in his own right. He founded L.A. Guns in 1983, which later merged with another group called Hollywood Rose, laying the foundation for one of the true giants of rock: Guns N’ Roses. After departing the band and reuniting with former Girl lead vocalist Phil Lewis to reform L.A. Guns, he signed with Vertigo Records and released 14 studio albums with the band. He also ventured into various side projects, including Contraband (with Michael Schenker and others), Sunbomb (with Michael Sweet of Stryper), and more recently Blackbird Angels with Todd Kerns (of Slash Featuring Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators).


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