Category: LYNCH NEWS

KXM “Gunfight” official video!

KXM “GUNFIGHT” OFFICIAL VIDEO featuring George Lynch, dUg Pinnick (King’s X) and Ray Luzier (KoRn) Get your copy of KXM’s debut release available in stores and online everywhere!

George on the new Talking Metal podcast

In this episode of the podcast we welcome Steve Blaze (Lillian Axe), Milchael Wilton (Queensryche) and George Lynch (KXM, Lynch Mob, T&N and Ex-Dokken). Victor Ruiz of Mars Attacks is the special guest co-host.

George discusses a wide variety of topics including KXM, the upcoming project with Michael Sweet and T&N. When asked about Jeff Pilson, George said “He and I talked recently and we are going to finish the second T&N record in November. We are going to retitle the band and we will be using Michael Sweet as a vocalist. So basically, it’ll be myself, Mick Brown and Jeff Pilson. It is Dokken without Don and Michael Sweet replacing Don.”

Listen here!

KXM Behind The Scenes Ep. 8

KXM – Behind the scenes (Part 8) featuring George Lynch, dUg Pinnick (King’s X), and Ray Luzier (Korn) In stores now or on: Amazon:

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George appearing on Ronny Munroe’s new CD (with preview!)

Ronny Munroe (Metal Church) and George Lynch “Ghosts” (AUDIO TRACK) from the forthcoming release “Electric Wake” Pre-order now at:

George/KXM interview on Legendary Rock Interviews

Forget everything you know and all of his legendary ties to the past, George Lynch is just getting warmed up.  His new band, KXM featuring lead vocalist/bassist Dug Pinnick of King’s X and drummer Ray Luzier of Korn have released their highly original, debut, self-titled album to rave reviews (including ours) and the fan interest is just as intense.  George also has a ton of other musical and film projects going on (including an upcoming album with Michael Sweet and a brand new lineup of Lynch Mob) and he recently took the time to give me a call and talk about anything and everything swirling around the perpetual tornado known as “Mr. Scary”, read on…

The rest of this GREAT interview can be read here

George Lynch will be at this year’s Rock & Roll Fantasy Camp!

Get ready to rock out with the BEST OF THE BEST! We’re bringing in your all time favorite Rock Stars for a special Summer Edition of Rock ‘n’ Roll Fantasy Camp featuring Brad Whitford (Aerosmith), Warren DeMartini (RATT), George Lynch (Dokken), Stephen Perkins (Jane’s Addiction), and Stu Hamm. The four-day camp will culminate with two nights of performances at House of Blues inside Crossroads on The Courtyard Stage at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino.

In this 4-day Summer Fantasy Camp, you will be placed in a band with your rock star counselor and work side by side with the greatest rockers. During the camp, attendees will also participate in jam rooms with Rudy Sarzo (Quiet Riot) and Vinny Appice (Dio, Black Sabbath), Teddy Andreadis (Guns ‘n’ Roses, Alice Cooper) and all Rock Star Counselors. Other Rock Stars that will be involved in every exciting activity includes Peter Klett (Candlebox), and Lez Warner (The Cult). Our rockers will not only mentor you to finely tune your musical abilities, they will also help you with stage presence, rock star stances, songwriting, Q&A sessions, and will also share inside stories about their time on the road with your favorite stars. To top it all off, participants will attend master classes and jam with special guests Brad Whitford (Aerosmith), Warren DeMartini (RATT), George Lynch (Dokken), Stephen Perkins (Jane’s Addiction), and Stu Hamm!

ESP Guitars factory tour video

The first look into ESP’s new ESP USA factory, located in North Hollywood, CA. See how our new ESP USA models are built by hand by our experienced luthiers. Music by KXM, featuring George Lynch.

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Check out George getting “mummified” for an upcoming statue!  More news on this soon!

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Rick Florino reviews KXM’s new album on Artist Direct

Legendary writer Rick Florino reviews the KXM album on Artist Direct!

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Check out Celtic Bob’s review of the KXM album on

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