On January 27th, George Lynch joined Don Dokken on stage at “Ultimate ‘NAMM’ Night” at the Hilton hotel in Anaheim, California to perform Dokken’s Kiss Of Death and Tooth And Nail. They were accompanied by guitarist Ira Black, bassist Marten Andersson and drummer Phil Varone. Watch video, courtesy of Johnny Angel, below.

Last month, the classic lineup of Dokken — Don, George, bassist Jeff Pilson and drummer “Wild” Mick Brown — filmed a video in Los Angeles for a new song called It’s Just Another Day. The tune, which will be featured on the band’s forthcoming CD/DVD package,

The DVD will reportedly feature footage from the two Japanese reunion shows — including Tokyo — as well as the band’s Sioux Falls gig. The band also recorded two acoustic remakes of a couple of the old Dokken songs, which also “came out really amazing,” according to Pilson.

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  • Keith G on

    Have to agree with the other posters. Don Dokken just sounds HORRIBLE in this clip! George is shredding it, as usual. Don’s voice was never what you would call strong, and age is not helping it. The guy always acted like a prima donna, which is one of the reasons for the problems within the classic Dokken lineup.

  • Tyger of Pan Tang on

    George Lynch has worked with some of the finest vocalists out there – Oni Logan, Robert Mason, John West, Sebastian Bach, Tim Owens, Michael Sweet, even Jeff Pilson – and yet the only way he can make serious money is by performing with Don Dokken.

    What’s wrong with this picture?

    • DR Is Live on

      Holy Crap that might be the most legit thing ever posted on this site.

    • Doug on

      Serious money if playing in Japan that is….

  • John Rives on

    With these vocals they should rename the song, “Chalkboard & Nails”.

  • T on

    If the new song has great harmonies and a ripping George Lynch solo, I’ll give it a listen.

  • Greg in H2Otown on

    The one time I saw Dokken (2002) Don’s voice was shot, but it was really (kool) to see him suckin’ on a (stogie) half way through the show.

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