DOKKEN Film Mexican Shows For Upcoming DVD
DOKKEN frontman Don Dokken has posted the following message on the band's official web site:
"As you see, we've been busy boys. We just got back from Mexico and it was a blast! The fans were awesome and they sang every song with us. Now I need to learn Spanish for them. The only bummer was I didn't get to see Pancho Villa's house but now I have an excuse to go back soon. The food there was awesome! Now we're off to Greece for three shows and a little vacation. We filmed Mexico and will also film Greece for a bonus DVD with our next CD, 'Lightning Strikes Again'. We had a great time last year in Greece so this time should be no exception. So Mexico and Greece in one week — now that's being rock dogs; we'll go anywhere to play for DOKKEN fans. I hope to see you all on tour this fall. Barry [Sparks, bass] and Mick [Brown, drums] will be out with uncle Ted [Nugent] until August as Jon [Levin, guitar] and I finish up our four — that's right, four — new projects: a new studio CD, a live CD, greatest hits CD and my solo CD. Other than that, we're just hanging out."
DOKKEN's latest CD, "Hell to Pay", was released in July 2004 via Sanctuary.
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