LYNCH MOB To Play Florida's METALFEST 2003
Former DOKKEN and current LYNCH MOB guitarist George Lynch has posted the following message to his official web site, www.georgelynch.com:
"I know that I am supposed to be relaxing here in Hawaii but I wanted to let everyone know that LYNCH MOB will be playing Metalfest 2003 on July 6th at the East Bay Raceway Park in Tampa Florida. We will be playing with BANG TANGO, BULLET BOYS, FIREHOUSE and a host of other acts that will be playing over the 3 day weekend. We hope to see you guys there.
"[LYNCH MOB's latest CD] 'Revolution' will be released in Japan through Yamaha Music Communications on August 27th. The CD will include a bonus track of the song 'Rain' (live) recorded at the Key Club in Hollywood in March. The CD is also being licensed for Europe and I will post the details on that as soon as a release date has been confirmed.
"OK, I'm going back to the beach now."
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