Interview by Paul Salfen
George Lynch is an American “Hard rock” guitarist and songwriter. Lynch is best known for his work with heavy metal band “Dokken” and his post-Dokken solo band, Lynch Mob. Lynch is considered to be one of the most influential and famous 1980s metal guitarists. He is known for his unique playing style and sound. He is ranked No. 47 on “100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time” by Guitar World magazine and is also ranked No. 10 on “Top 10 Metal Guitarists of All Time” by Gibson.
Paul talks to George about his release with supergroup THE END MACHINE, “Phase 2” from Frontier Records, a little about his guitar making, as well as answering whether or not Dokken will reunite for a tour. For more information see the official George Lynch website.
The End Machine is a project created, overseen and directed by Serafino Perugino President and A&R director of Frontiers Records.
The End Machine’s sophomore album, “Phase2,” follows on the heels of their well-received and successful self-titled debut album released in 2018. The End Machine features former classic lineup Dokken members George Lynch and Jeff Pilson with the awesome singer Robert Mason (Warrant, Lynch Mob) on lead vocals. Classic Dokken drummer Mick Brown handled drums on the first album, but is now retired, so in his place behind the drum kit is none other than his brother Steve Brown.