GEORGE LYNCH: Singer ANDREW FREEMAN Replaces KELLY KEELING On The Road

Singer/songwriter Andrew Freeman (THIRTY STONES, BLOCKK 16) has reportedly stepped into the lead vocal position for George Lynch (DOKKEN, LYNCH MOB), replacing Kelly Keeling on Lynch's short summer run. Freeman completed a string of East Coast dates with Lynch back in October and was asked to return when Keeling became unavailable. Show dates can be found at www.georgelynch.com.

As previously reported, Lynch will be playing all the familiar hits from DOKKEN, LYNCH MOB, George's solo records "Sacred Groove" and "Furious George" plus songs from the "Stone House" sessions recorded with Matt Kramer (ex-SAIGON KICK).

George has been writing and recording at his studio in California along with longtime friend Mike Frowin and engineer Mike Tacci. A new all-original album should be ready this summer.

(Thanks: TooBrutal4Radio)

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