From their album ELATION, here is Great White's new video "Complicated." It was produced by Mark Teague of Dream Haven studios and stars the fetching Marina Rey Teague. Get to know Great White's new lead vocalist Terry Ilous. It's kind of 80's look but really good rock and roll!    Andy     (see below for the press release.)



Los Angeles, Calif.:  For GREAT WHITE, ‘Complicated’ is a continuation of that core bluesy-rock sound its millions of fans crave oh so much. It is the latest single from Elation and it's overflowing with rockin’ guitar riffs, tight percussion, tickling keys, fresh vocal swagger and an infectious chorus. The boogie-blues track is signature GREAT WHITE through and through, soon to become a fan favorite. The accompanying music video is a far cry from classic GREAT WHITE videos from back in the day. The band enlisted help from Mark Teague of Dream Haven Studios to create a multi-media narrative: a first for the band. “Besides the fan-footage from the “Shotgun Willie’s” video, we had a formula of a band on a stage performing, insert hot girl. We decided with all the modern day technology available, why not use it, but do it with that fun 80s spirit, and give the fans something special to look at. We really had a good time making the video and we hope the fans dig it. They will feel the positive energy coming from the song and video,” the band said. 

Working alongside a green screen and even utilizing acting prowess, GREAT WHITE captures an emotional triumph. The energy and peace is palpable. The multi platinum selling California-based band returned to the classic rock charts in 2012 with “I’ve Got Something For You,” “Feeling So Much Better” and “Hard to Say Goodbye” (No. 8). 


GREAT WHITE is founder and lead guitarist, Mark Kendall, Michael Lardie (keys, guitar), Audie Desbrow (drums), Scott Snyder (bass) and lead singer, Terry Ilous. GREAT WHITE has sold over 10 million albums worldwide. Their song arsenal also includes the smash hit “Once Bitten, Twice Shy,” “Rock Me,” “Save Your Love,” “The Angel Song,” and “Mistabone,” Visit for additional information.