GEORGE LYNCH To Appear On 'Oscar's Guitar Shop'
Hard rock and metal guitar virtuoso George Lynch (DOKKEN, LYNCH MOB, T&N) will appear on "Oscar's Guitar Shop" on LaTalkRadio.com to discuss his new band and film project titled "Shadowtrain". The Lynch interview will be broadcast live on Friday, March 15 at 2 p.m. PST and will explore his career, creative process, guitar, and his new documentary about the plight of the Native American people.
"Oscar's Guitar Shop" first aired on January 4, 2013 and has been growing stronger ever since. This Internet radio talk show mixes music, guitar talk, humor, and information on the latest guitar accessories.
Sponsored by Music Connection magazine, "Oscar's Guitar Shop" is an entertaining and informative one-hour radio talk show featuring some of the finest guitar players in the music industry. It's an eclectic mix of guitarists from all styles. Discussions include music, gear, hot licks, and the creative process.
All past episodes of "Oscar's Guitar Shop" are available at LaTalkRadio.com and can be downloaded from iTunes for free.
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