LYNCH MOB, WITH ORIGINAL VOCALIST ONI LOGAN, ANNOUNCE TWO LIVE DATES TO CELEBRATE THE 30TH ANNIVERSARY OF “WICKED SENSATION”

Lynch Mob — featuring guitarist George Lynch and lead vocalist Oni Logan along with bassist Tony Franklin (The Firm, Blue Murder) and drummer Brian Tichy (Whitesnake, The Dead Daisies) — will celebrate the 30th anniversary of the band’s debut album, Wicked Sensation, by embarking on a 2020 world tour. The trek will see the quartet perform Wicked Sensation in its entirety along with select songs from Lynch’s time with Dokken.

So far, two shows have already been announced: March 20th at Debonair Music Hall in Teaneck, New Jersey; and March 21st at the Stereo Garden in Patchoque, New York. Support on the dates will come from the L.A. Guns version featuring Steve Riley and Kelly Nickels.

Logan is featured on five of Lynch Mob’s eight albums, including the band’s debut, 1990’s Wicked Sensation, as well as 2009’s Smoke And Mirrors, 2014’s Sun Red Sun, 2015’s Rebel and 2017’s The Brotherhood.

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  • Dana on

    Wicked Sensation is one of my all time favorite albums, it still sounds great.


  • Ray Gillen on

    Holy crap, Tony Franklin and Tichy thats pretty huge !!!!!! Hopefully thats the same lineup when I see them in sacramento in April minus the scab LA Guns opening. I agree Dana on Wicked Sensation, It`s one of the best albums he`s ever done if not the best in my opinion.



  • jimk on

    One of my top albums as well. Seen that tour in Maryland.


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