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Dokken Reunion Infighting Has Already Begun Says Brown


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(Classic Rock) Dokken frontman Don Dokken and guitarist George Lynch have begun snapping at each other ahead of the band's reunion shows in Japan, says drummer Mick Brown - and he adds that he's tired of it.

The classic lineup, also featuring Jeff Pilson, are set to pay six gigs in October, before Dokken revert to the current formation featuring Dokken, Brown, Jon Levin and Chris McCarvill.

The vocalist said earlier this month that the brief tour was "about money" and argued that the same was true of the Guns N' Roses reunion. Brown tells Focus On Metal: "Nothing's changed. George and Don, during the conversations to get this going, they're already starting up.

"Jeff seems excited about it. I would like to see it happen. There's not much time - Jeff has only got a 10 or 12 day window to do this." Read more here.

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