DOKKEN To Hit The Road In November

DOKKEN mainan Don Dokken has posted the following message on the band's official web site:

"The Acoustic Outcasts tour is canceled because of the hurricane disaster. Our booking agent/soundman lives in New Orleans and there has been no contact with him since Saturday. As well, our tour bus is probably under water, so we will rebook at a later date if possible.

"DOKKEN will be going on tour beginning November 31, ending at the House of Blues in L.A. on December 21, so check the dates for your area and come on down and hang with us. I will have all dates posted this weekend.

"In October, I'll be playing on the VH1 Metal Stripped tour, beginning sometime in October. As soon as I have the dates, we will post them. I'll be performing acoustically with several other artists as well. [We] will keep you posted."


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