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Jack Russell of bluesy '80s hair band Great White is playing tonight. Nowadays, there are two versions of the band on the circuit—"Great White," which includes everyone but the singer, and "Jack Russell's Great White," which is the more official one. The guitarist in the latter band is eastside Tucson legend Robby Lochner, and that's what brings us to the Whisky.

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Jack Russell of bluesy '80s hair band Great White is playing tonight. Nowadays, there are two versions of the band on the circuit—"Great White," which includes everyone but the singer, and "Jack Russell's Great White," which is the more official one. The guitarist in the latter band is eastside Tucson legend Robby Lochner, and that's what brings us to the Whisky. Photo by: Jaymz Eberly
Early Roc Lochner, May 1980 at Sahauro High School (from left): Jeff Thompson, Mark Barriger, Lochner and Dan Felgar.
Roc Lochner, 1982.
Roc Lochner, 1987.
Robby Lochner, first solo album picture, 1996.
Dig Jelly around 2010 (from left): Joey Felix, Rayko, Lochner and Rain Balen.
Jaymz Eberly
Lochner at The Whiskey with Jack Russell’s Great White. Photo by: Jaymz Eberly
Jaymz Eberly
Lochner (right) and Russell. Photo by: Jaymz Eberly
Jaymz Eberly
Lochner (right) and Russell. Photo by: Jaymz Eberly
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Jack Russell of bluesy '80s hair band Great White is playing tonight. Nowadays, there are two versions of the band on the circuit—"Great White," which includes everyone but the singer, and "Jack Russell's Great White," which is the more official one. The guitarist in the latter band is eastside Tucson legend Robby Lochner, and that's what brings us to the Whisky. Photo by: Jaymz Eberly

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