DON DOKKEN To Host This Weekend's 'The Classic Metal Show'

DOKKEN frontman Don Dokken will be hosting this weekend's edition of "The Classic Metal Show", airing on Saturday, Dec. 31 beginning at 9:00 p.m. This special New Year's Eve installment of "The Classic Metal Show" will feature all cover songs from your favorite classic metal artists. Go to www.theclassicmetalshow.com for further details.

DOKKEN have set "Lightning Strikes Again" as the working title of their new studio album, tentatively due next year. The band recently completed a tour in support of their latest CD, "Hell To Pay", which was released in July 2004 via Sanctuary. The recording lineup on the album is as follows: Don Dokken (vocals), Jon Levin (guitar, ex-WARLOCK), Barry Sparks (bass, TED NUGENT, YNGWIE MALMSTEEN, MSG) and Mick Brown (drums).

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