DOKKEN Performs At Rainbow's 40th-Anniversary Party (Video)

Video footage of DOKKEN's performance of the classic song "Just Got Lucky" at Rainbow Bar and Grill's 40th-anniversary party this past Sunday, April 15 in West Hollywood, California can be seen below. Frontman Don Dokken was joined for the brief set by Sean McNabb (DOKKEN, QUIET RIOT, GREAT WHITE) on bass, Jon Levin (DOKKEN) on guitar and Brian Tichy (WHITESNAKE, T&N) on drums. Other bands that performed at the event included PRETTY BOY FLOYD, HURRICANE, COLD BLUE REBELS (featuring former members of the ZEROES and JETBOY), LONDON and more.

The Rainbow's clientele is a veritable "who's who" of rock music, including Elvis Presley, THE BEATLES, LED ZEPPELIN, THE WHO, Janis Joplin, Lemmy, MÖTLEY CRÜE, GUNS N’ ROSES, POISON, the RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS and many, many more.

DOKKEN's new album, "Broken Bones", is tentatively due this summer via Frontiers Records.

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