GEORGE LYNCH: Asian, European Promotional Trips Planned
Former DOKKEN guitarist George Lynch will be in Asia (Hong Kong, Korea and Taiwan) October 18-24 to promote his recently released "Furious George" CD. Also coming up is a European trip (Moscow, Italy, Germany, Scandinavia, England and France) in late November/early December.
In other news, Peavey will unveil the George Lynch signature Brahma amp at Winter NAMM 2005 in Anaheim, California.
Lynch will be playing ten shows on the East Coast in October. Confirmed dates are as follows:
Oct. 01 - Poughkeepsie, NY @ The Chance
Oct. 02 - Leominster, MA @ Club Liquid
Oct. 03 - New Your, NY @ Don Hill's
Oct. 04 - Clifton, NJ @ Ding Batz
Oct. 05 - Springfield, MA @ Geraldines
Oct. 06 - Baltimore, MD @ Thunderdome
Oct. 07 - Farmingdale, NY @ Downtown
Oct. 08 - Cheektowaga, NY @ Rock n' Roll Heaven
Oct. 09 - Attleboro MA @ Jarrods Place
Oct. 10 - Hartford, CT @ Webster Theater
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