Don Dokken Vs George Lynch

(Gibson) Vocalist Don Dokken has spoken out on the abandoned plans to reunite his namesake band's classic lineup one last time, in the face of public comments made by guitarist George Lynch, telling bravewords.com, "It has always been frustrating to try to stay away from responding to the constant character bashing towards myself from George."

Dokken concedes that even though the chemistry became rapidly frayed, he still stands by the music the band made. "In the end we did some great records together," Dokken said. "Some people believe our tension made our records better."

Lynch's latest album, Kill All Control, will be released on June 21 and includes guests Will Marten (Earshot), Marq Torien (Bulletboys) and Keith St. John (Montrose), as well as the track "Son of Scary," a sequel to his trademark Dokken instrumental, "Mr. Scary." more on this story

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