George is returning to the Troubadour with some friends! Pancho Tomaselli, Chris Moore and Angelo Moore…the sound of the Ghetto Underground. Click here for tickets!
We received some great news today! Thank you to EVERYONE involved!The Equality International Film Festival team is excited to inform you, that your film is an official selection to be screened by a panel of judges at the Equality International Film Festival on Saturday November 7th. Final selections will be made and announced on Sunday November 8th, at the Grand Award Ceremony. We would be honored if you would join us, you will receive a VIP pass for both Saturday and Sunday’s events. Please notify us by Wednesday November 4th, if you’re able to attend so we can add you to the final guest list. If you’re unable to attend, you will be notified immediately after the Grand Award Ceremony on Sunday.We would be honored if you would bear the attached official laurel for Official Selection, Equality International Film Festival 2015, on your social media pages.Thank you for submitting your film, we look forward to hearing from you.Sincerely,The Equality International Film Festival Team
The Winners have been announced! Shadow Nation has won the Change the World Award (Most socially enlightened film): Shadow Nation: Under the Crooked Sky!
According to Verde Independent, legendary guitarist George Lynch‘s (DOKKEN, LYNCH MOB) “Shadow Nation: Under A Crooked Sky” movie, a thought-provoking documentary that explores the trials and tribulations that face Native American Indians in our world today, will receive its world premiere at 9 p.m. on Saturday, September 5 at the King George Mine site of the third annual Jerome Indie Film & Music Festival in Jerome, Arizona.
George Lynch and Oni Logan soldier on with LYNCH MOB and “Rebel”, an album worth dialing into more than usual as it features Lynch’s DOKKEN comrade, Jeff Pilson along with troubadour drummer Brian Tichy, who played a stint before from 2012 to 2013. LYNCH MOB will be represented onstage this year with prior alumni Jimmy D’Anda (also from the BULLETBOYS) and Sean McNabb. For “Rebel”‘s purposes, Pilson and Tichy are as much the story as Lynch and Logan as the foursome lays down one of the tightest, if leisurelier LYNCH MOB albums to date.
Talk about an interesting interview. This conversation took place as George and his LYNCH MOB bandmates were driving through the mountains of Pennsylvania en route to Pittsburgh for their show at the Altar Bar on June 26.. Despite bad weather, a few wrong turns and numerous lost connections, George was exceptionally thoughtful and candid on a variety of topics – including LYNCH MOB’s latest Frontiers Records release, Rebel. – See more at: http://knac.com/article.asp?ArticleID=16814#sthash.Bxl23Vdw.dpuf