INTO THE FIRE Don Dokken is still burning after all these years By Gerry Gittelson Metal Sludge Editor at Large HOLLYWOOD — On the first day of spring, Don Dokken was feeling young again. Among the most influential hard-rock singers in the post-Van Halen era, Dokken and his band have sold millions of records through the years in addition to performing to massive stadium crowds back in the day with the inaugural Monsters of[…]Read More »
Don Dokken added to “80’s in the Park” music festival in Melbourne Florida, Sept. 26-28 2014 Melbourne, Florida — Devoted to celebrating the music and lifestyle of the 1980s, the 80s in the Park outdoor music festival will be making it’s second annual appearance at Wickham Park Pavilion in Melbourne, Florida. This year’s event boasts a roster studded with veteran artists of the era predominantly focused towards hard rock and glam metal, with a few subtle[…]Read More »
George Lynch details Dokken doing cocaine off of Freddy Krueger's razor glove during the "Dream Warriors" video shoot.
George Lynch discusses Dokken doing cocaine with Freddy Krueger on the set of “Dream Warriors” video for “A Nightmare On Elm Street 3″ YouTube — George Lynch checks in with ‘The Five Count’ radio show and discusses his 40 years in music. The world renown Guitar God talks in detail about his history with Ozzy Osbourne, Lynch Mob, KXM and the soon to be renamed Tooth N’ Nail project, which Lynch refers to as: “Dokken without Don (Dokken).” “Michael[…]Read More »
Michael Schenker talks about his new release "Bridge the gap", a late night phone call from Ozzy Osbourne in 1982, working with Don Dokken and more.
Michael Schenker talks about his new release “Bridge the gap”, a phone call from Ozzy in 1982, working with Don Dokken and more By: John Parks Michael Schenker is flying high again, out touring the world in support of his album, “Bridge The Gap”, an appropriate title for the latest effort from the legendary guitarist from Hannover, Germany. ”Bridge The Gap” is an exciting, hard rock album with all the finesse you would[…]Read More »
George Lynch talks about KXM and of course his thoughts on a Dokken reunion; "I would like to see it happen….but I'm not holding my breath."
George Lynch talks about KXM and of course his thoughts on a Dokken reunion! We love us some new music, and when a power trio emerges, we immediately take notice. A force to be reckoned with has unleashed a power so raw and fearsome that you will quiver in its glory. KXM is dUg Pinnick of King’s X (vocals/bass) George Lynch of Lynch Mob/Dokken (guitars) and Ray Luzier from Korn (drums). We dare you[…]Read More »