Watch George Lynch join Dokken on stage in Waukegan, Illinois

Georges lynch joined DOKKEN on stage Oct. 30 at the Genesee Theater in Waukegan, Illinois to perform three of the group’s classic songs. Fan-filmed video footage of her appearance can be seen below.

Lynch previously done with DOKKEN in July in Ashland, Virginia and in Moline, Illinois as well as in early June in Live United Live Music Festival in Sunbury, Pennsylvania.

Last March, Lynch was asked in an interview with Jeff Gaudiosi from if there was any talk of more shows featuring the classic programming put together from DOKKEN. He replied, “I actually spoke to put on [Dokken] a bit, and we both agree that it probably should happen – meaning some kind of meaningful meeting done the right way, with care and with proper preparation, time and repetitions and not only by throwing it away like we did last time. ” George went on to say that “the obvious choice” to replace DOKKENthe recently retired drummer “Savage” Mick Brown would be MickThe brother of Steve, which we hear playing alongside Lynch and ex-DOKKEN bass player Jeff Pilson last THE END MACHINE album, “Phase 2”.

In a separate interview with Alamo True Metal, Lynch thought about the last time DOKKENthe classic range of – Dokken, Lynch, Pilson and Mick brown – gathered for a short Japanese tour in the fall of 2016. The trek marked the first time in 21 years that the four musicians hit the road together.

“I think I was slightly disappointed – not extremely disappointed, but I have some regrets,” he said. “I wish we had prepared more. And I know we all feel that. Due to the logistics, we all had to do things right after the time we had allotted and before. So we were barely able to. pulling it off with everyone’s pre-existing commitments. The fact that we were able to do it was… you know, we were even lucky we could do it. So we were a little under-prepared, I think. And yes, we were offered a good amount of money to go to japan and do other things, so it became obvious. “

A DOKKEN Concert DVD dedicated to the group’s reunion tour, “Return to the East Live (2016)”, was made available in 2018. In addition to the Japanese performance, the set included footage from the only American show in the classic lineup in September 2016 at Badlands in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, as well as newly acoustic redesigns. recorded from “Sent from heaven” and “Will the sun rise”. Also featured on “Return to the East Live (2016)” was “It’s just another day”, the first one DOKKEN track featuring the band’s classic lineup since the 1997s “The life of the shadows”.

Since the completion of the Japanese meeting dates, DOKKEN continued to perform with the band’s current lineup – including bassist Chris McCarvil, guitarist Jon levin and drummer BJ Zampa (HOUSE OF LORDS).

DOKKEN are currently working on material on a new studio album, slated for release next year via Silver lining music, the label owned by Thomas jensen, one of the founders of Germany Outdoor wacken Festival. This will be the group’s first record since 2012. “Broken bones”.

Over the past four years, Lynch appeared on recordings of THE END MACHINE, KXM, ULTRAPHONIX and SOFT & LYNCH. He released his very first full instrumental album, “Seamless”, in August via Rat Pak Records.

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