Category: LYNCH NEWS

Reunited Dokken performs in Sioux Falls, South Dakota


Thanks to our friends over at, here’s a great collection of reports, video and photos from the South Dakota Dokken reunion.  This is the only scheduled Dokken reunion show in the United States.

35 years of George Lynch! Check out Jay Parmar’s killer video


Check out the cool and unique video that our friend Jay Parmar put together.  Give him a thumbs up and punch that subscribe button!

ATTN FANS: George Lynch T-shirt scam


You may have seen this shirt on sale at various social medial pages & locations.  This is NOT a licensed George Lynch product.  Please do NOT purchase this shirt. This has nothing to do with George and if you buy one, you are being robbed by internet pirates! Get your money back (if you even can) and report them!  Thank you!


Lynch Mob meet & greet details & pricing for the 6/23 Poughkeepsie show


Get an exclusive meet and greet and personal photograph with George Lynch and Oni Logan! VIP meet and greet now available for the Lynch Mob show in Poughkeepsie, NY at The Chance Theater (, Thursday, June 23, 2016. Just $40, limited availability!

GEORGE LYNCH Composes Soundtrack For ‘Blackroom’ Game


Former DOKKEN and current LYNCH MOB guitarist George Lynch has composed the soundtrack to a new game called Blackroom in the first-person shooter genre.

Night Work Games, led by John Romero and Adrian Carmack, two of the original creators of Wolfenstein, Doom, Quake, and the first-person shooter genre of games in the 1990s, is launching a Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign to raise $700,000 to make the game.

Blackroom is described in a press release as “a visceral, varied and violent shooter that harkens back to classic FPS play with a mixture of exploration, speed, and intense, weaponized combat. Use fast, skillful movement to dodge enemy attacks, circle-strafe your foes, and rule the air as you rocket jump in the single and multiplayer modes. Blackroom launches with unique multiplayer maps and robust modding support for the community to make diabolical creations of their own design.”

Lynch is one of the most recognizable names in the world of heavy metal guitar. With a career spanning more than thirty years, George has recorded more than twenty albums, toured the entire globe many times, and is the one of the most recognizable endorsees of the world’s finest guitars and equipment.


Rock ‘N Roll Reality promo video


Check out the new video for George’s upcoming appearance!

Lynch Mob live stream from the Monsters of Rock Cruise


Make sure you’re checking out the Monsters of Rock Cruise Facebook page for live streaming of your favorite artists including Lynch Mob tonight and all weekend/week long!

Click here for the Facebook page



We’re excited to announce that KXM is again in the studio writing, recording and having a hell of a time!  Check out this interview from Ray’s Youtube account.  More news to follow!

George’s new band, Project N-Fidelikah needs YOUR help!


My new band Project N-Fidelikah is going on an east coast tour this summer, but this doesn’t work the way normal tours do. Want us to come to your town? YOU can make that happen! Support your town through RoadNation’s new crowdsourcing platform. Check it out!

Please share on all of your personal social media as well as Project N-Fidelikah’s social sites. Thanks guys!!


Project N-Fidelikah At The Troubadour, Monday December 14th 2015 Review


IMG_0318Before Halo Circus’ set the Troubadour stage on Monday night, during Say it Loud! A Night of Cultural Disruption, an interesting band with an intriguing moniker and an even more curious line-up had decided to truly entertain the crowd.

If I read it correctly, it was the debut show for the curious anti-supergroup called Project N-Fidelikah and featuring bassist Pancho Tomaselli (ex-War) with other legendary artists: Angelo Moore, lead singer for the Los Angeles alternative rock band Fishbone, was on vocals, saxophone and keyboard, George Lynch of the heavy metal band Dokken and Lynch Mob was on guitar, and Chris Moore was on drums. It sounded like an impossible blend but somehow, it was a dynamite combination. Project N-Fidelikah presented themselves with some chaos and an awesome weirdness, but they started their show with a crazy video, summing up in a few minutes everything that is going wrong in the world today, from ISIS terrorist attacks, to global warming, corruption, wars and bombs. They were certainly on a mission to start a sort of revolution, with a surrealist and unique vision and some crazy mix of funk, rock, jazz, blues, or rather some ‘punk funk from the ghetto underground’ as they described their project on their Facebook page.

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