George Lynch joined his former band, Dokken, on stage on June 5th at the Live United Live Music Festival in Sunbury, Pennsylvania to perform the band’s classic songs Kiss Of DeathTooth And Nail and When Heaven Comes Down. Fan-filmed video footage of his appearance can be seen below.

In other Lynch news, the iconic guitarist has reportedly decided to change Lynch Mob‘s name to Electric Freedom as his the “touring entity: moniker.

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  • Dana on

    George sounds great as always, love his Les Paul…Don, poor thing, is talking his way through it.

    • Rattlehead on

      IMO, Don owes his career in music to Lynch’s guitar playing and Pilson’s/Brown’s rhythms….cuz Don’s voice did not carry that band.

    • Dana on

      You make a good point, unless he has great songwriting skills?

    • Doug R. on

      Mick Brown is a GREAT drummer, just ask Ted Nugent! Uncle Ted only hires the best to tour with him

    • Dana on

      ..and he has a good singing voice, too.

    • Doug R. on

      Yes he does, absolutely! In my opinion, he was at his absolute best when he was touring with Nugent, I guess Uncle Ted just brings out the best in everybody…

  • MikeyMan on

    Lynch should change his name to George Woke? Then he can call his band Woke Mob.

  • Doug on

    Don is an old man, and yes the voice is not as good as it used to be, but man he does not even try. Flat out lazy. What a shame, George (and the band) are terrific. This clip and the one also showing lately with Vince Neil totally bailing on his performance, lame and a shame. His band is amazing, one of the best live acts in hard rock, IMO. Blando, Strum and especially Z. Chaney, this guy is a total maniac on the drums.

    • robert davenport on

      I watched the vince neil clip ….. crue is going to go out with this guy ??? He is now a joke – Just hire joan jett to sing their set and be done with it ~

    • RTunes68 on

      Veering off topic here, but funny you mention Vince Neil…I defended him and Motley Crue a few weeks back in saying that they probably aren’t touring this year because of the logistical issues involved in getting a tour with such massive production values as Motley Crue and Def Leppard off the ground and running in such a short time.

      I was wrong.

      After seeing that recent clip of Vince onstage, I really do believe now that they postponed this tour at least in part because of his woeful condition. After hearing Phil Collen’s diplomatic comments about Vince’s recent performance and physical condition, I’m even more convinced that Vince’s poor physical state was in part responsible for the tour’s postponement. Quite honestly, I don’t think he’ll be in considerably better shape by next year. He had the whole past year to work out and get in shape, and didn’t. If anything, it looks like he sat on a couch for all of 2020. I actually feel bad for the rest of Motley Crue because they’ll look and sound even worse next to an always spot-on and professional Def Leppard.

      Maybe they should’ve stayed retired….

  • robert davenport on

    Don dokken if hes going to ” perform ” that way needs to hang it up – lynch is a great guitarist , george and don must be getting along pretty well , for him to get up there with dokken half assing is vocals –

  • robert davenport on

    I wanted to follow up ,
    If you call your self an entertainer of any kind, show some respect for your audience , if you play rock music your job is to look and sound good ,people are forking out hard earned money , promoters are giving you a guarantee, handle your business , if your fat lose weight , practice your craft , if you can’t sing anymore dont lip sync and lie to your fans , do the right thing and retire – this is just my point of view , but I believe I’m on the right side of this ~

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