Here at Noisecreep, we love a good old-fashioned slugfest. Luckily, there never seems to be a shortage of them in the world of hard rock. One of the common battles we come across covering this kind of music are the legal disputes over band names. Just this week, original Great White vocalist Jack Russell announced that he was going to spend 2012 touring with a new version of the 'Twice Shy' rockers. The singer had been out of the band for the past couple of years due to undisclosed health reasons. Russell's comeback announcement didn't sit to well with his former bandmates, who still tour under the Great White moniker.

Throughout the years, many other musicians have spent millions of dollars in court litigation over the right to use their band name when they tour. Check our gallery list below.


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