Ex-DOKKEN Guitarist GEORGE LYNCH Announces Tour Dates

Former DOKKEN guitarist George Lynch has announced the following solo dates during January:

Jan. 13 - San Francisco, CA @ The Pound SF
Jan. 14 - Sacramento, CA @ The Roadhouse
Jan. 15 - Concord, CA @ Bourbon St.
Jan. 18 - Anaheim, CA @ House of Blues
Jan. 19 - Malibu, CA @ Malibu Inn
Jan. 20 - Long Beach, CA @ The Vault 350

In other news, Lynch will me making appearances at the winter NAMM convention in Anaheim, CA on Jan. 21-22 at the Roland, Seymour Duncan and Morley booths, to name a few. Also on tap is his participation with the ESP Guitars 30th Anniversary celebration.

The long-anticipated LYNCH MOB live DVD will be released with a street date of January 4, 2005. Lynch's official web site will have a limited supply and pre-ordering begins now. Pre-ordered copies will ship January 3.

For more information, visit www.georgelynch.com.

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