Tag Archives: George Lynch

Dirty Shirley – Album Review

George Lynch is back with a new project and album, Dirty Shirley. It will not disappoint his fanbase and is definitely worthy of multiple listens.  With the help of Dino Jelusic (Animal Drive, Trans-Siberian Orchestra), a top vocalist who excels with Lynch’s brand of US hard rock, we have a …

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Lynch Mob – ‘Rebel’

There is no doubt that the past year or so has been a productive one for veteran guitarist George Lynch, with first his involvement in the KXM project (alongside Kings X’s Doug Pinnick and Korn’s Ray Luzier) and then his collaboration with Stryper frontman Michael Sweet on the imaginatively monickered …

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Sweet & Lynch – Only To Rise

It is not the first time a well known vocalist and guitarist have done a project together, the main example being when vocalist David Coverdale (Whitesnake) and Jimmy Page (Led Zeppelin) joined forces. Now two titans of classic 80s glam metal, vocalist Michael Sweet (Stryper) and guitarist George Lynch (ex-Dokken), …

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KXM - Album Artwork

Supergroups?  Don’t you just love them?  Or hate them?  Ever since the dawn of the modern music business, the very mention of the the word ‘supergroup’ has sent many fans and critics – including yours truly – scurrying for cover.  A rock group is either a rock group or its …

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T&N – ‘Slave To The Empire’

The announcement last year that three quarters of the ‘golden days’ Dokken line up – guitarist George Lynch, bassist Jeff Pilson and drummer ‘Wild’ Mick Brown – were working together again had fans seeking a long-overdue reunion of the classic original incarnation of the LA rockers positively salivating with expectation …

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