Watch Multi-Camera Video Of GEORGE LYNCH's Performance At DALLAS INTERNATIONAL GUITAR FESTIVAL

Watch Multi-Camera Video Of GEORGE LYNCH's Performance At DALLAS INTERNATIONAL GUITAR FESTIVAL

Singular Vision Productions has uploaded multi-camera video of George Lynch's May 1 performance at the Dallas International Guitar Festival at Dallas Market Hall in Dallas, Texas. Check it out below.

Lynch's new solo album, "Seamless", will be released on August 20 via Rat Pak Records. The LP features nine brand new tracks and three bonus tracks from Lynch, who is backed by drummer Jimmy D'Anda and bassist Eric Loiselle on the album. "Seamless" is produced by Lynch and is now available for pre-order in various configurations here.

Starting in music in 1977, Lynch has long since been considered one of the most-notable guitar players of all time. His work with DOKKEN and LYNCH MOB has garnered him a legion of devoted fans around the globe. His creativity and musicianship has been showcased on over 50 albums since 1982 and 2022 will mark his 45th anniversary as a professional musician. Lynch continues to redefine guitar playing and songwriting while showing no signs of slowing down.

In recent years, Lynch has recorded albums with a number of different projects, including LYNCH MOB, KXM, SWEET & LYNCH, THE END MACHINE and DIRTY SHIRLEY. His most recent release was "Heavy Hitters", a collaboration with his former DOKKEN bandmate Jeff Pilson on a collection of studio recordings that turn pop music classics into metal anthems.

Last year, Lynch told Guitar World magazine that staying "diversified" was key to making a living in rock music today. "Do everything," he said. "Be an engineer, be a composer, play every instrument you can, get endorsements, learn how to make a web site, be social-media savvy and keep your eye on everything."

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