Great White Frontman Drank Himself Into A Coma

06/23/2016
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(Classic Rock) Great White frontman Jack Russell has revealed that he drank himself into a coma last year before getting help to sober up. The vocalist - who will release his album The Gauntlet later this year under the banner of Jack Russell's Great White - says he hit rock bottom in his battle with booze in 2015.

Russell tells Music Mania: "I was in a coma eight months ago from drinking too much. The doctor told me when I woke up, 'If you drink again, your liver's gonna shut down and you're gonna die.'

"So I'm not gonna take the chance. I'm doing good right now. My body's in great shape. I've been working out. I've been running. I just took care of myself, got some muscle on me, and I'm back on stage doing what I used to do. It's great." Read more here.

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