Former DOKKEN Guitarist Delays Album, Issues Solo EP

Former DOKKEN and current L/P guitarist George Lynch has pushed back the projected release date of his upcoming solo CD to late 2003.

"Because of all the time I have spent working on the L/P and 'Revolution' (remake album of DOKKEN/LYNCH MOB numbers) projects, my long-rumored solo CD has been delayed," Lynch writes on his official web site. "I have had just enough time to finish three of those tracks and put them out as an EP called 'The Lynch That Stole Riffness'. These are brand new tracks that should give everyone an idea of the direction of my solo CD that I hope to continue working on early in the New Year."

The tracks featured on the EP are as follows:

01. Blue Sky
02. Shinedown
03. Static Reaction

For more information, including ordering details, click here.

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