Don Dokken (DOKKEN), Mikkey Dee (SCORPIONS, MOTÖRHEAD), Doug Pinnick (KING'S X) and Marq Torien (BULLETBOYS) were a few of more than fifty performers that played at "Ultimate Jam Night"'s second-anniversary party this past Tuesday night at the world-famous Whisky A Go Go in West Hollywood, California.
Torien joined Dokken on stage for an unplanned version of DOKKEN's "The Hunter", along with Don's longtime friend and ex-bandmate Dee, Ira Black, Sean McNabb, with background vocalists Maureen Davis and Kevin Robinson.
"Ultimate Jam Night" is a long-running free weekly show currently in residence at Whisky A Go Go. Founded in 2015 by QUIET RIOT's Chuck Wright, the show features a rotating cast of the world's finest musicians assembled in an entirely unrehearsed setting. Integrating live music, performance art, comedy bits, walk-around characters, and community and charitable giving, it has established a loyal following.
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