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George Lynch wrote a song called “Mr Scary’s Pyjamas”

April 6, 2018 // 0 Comments

MICHAEL Sweet has revealed he rejected a song from George Lynch called “Mr Scary’s Pyjamas” for their recent collaboration, the album Unified. Speaking on the Noize In The Attic podcast, Stryper’s Sweet says Dokken’s Lynch submitted the song along with 11 others which did end up on the Sweet & Lynch album. The goofy title is a reference to Lynch’s legendary 1987 instrumental, “Mr Scary”. “There was a time on Unified … there was one song he sent me … in the 11 tracks I liked, there was a 12th track called ‘Mr Scary’s Pyjamas’,” Sweet said. “That was [read on]

Pilson Says Dokken Bickering Is Partly A Publicity Stunt

September 21, 2016 // 1 Comment

BASSIST Jeff Pilson has revealed that Dokken’s famous in-fighting is, in part, a stunt dreamed up by a publicist. The multi-platinum hard rock band – completed by drummer Mick Brown, singer Don Dokken and guitarist George Lynch – will reunite its classic line-up for a Japanese tour next month, to be preceded by a one-off US show in South Dakota on Friday week. It will mark the first time in 19 years the four of them have played a show together with animosity skittling a number of reunion attempts. But Pilson, now with Foreigner, told Sirius XM’s Hair Nation of a meeting with an un-named publicist several years ago, explaining: [read on]

Sweet & Lynch To Do Second Album

August 31, 2016 // 0 Comments

STRYPER’s Michael Sweet & Dokken’s George Lynch are to collaborate on a second record, it has been confirmed. Speaking of Sirius XM’s Hair Nation channel, singer-guitarist Sweet said a deal had been signed to follow up to last year’s critically-acclaimed Sweet & Lynch project. “Actually, we sealed the deal – we’re doing a Stryper album next year and right after that another Sweet & Lynch album,” Sweet, 53, said. “It is happening and George and I are really pumped about that. “We’re talking already about going in a little bit of a heavier direction and a little more [read on]

Michael Sweet Says Sebastian Bach’s Fans Want Skid Row Sound

January 26, 2015 // 0 Comments

STRYPER frontman Michael Sweet says Sebastian Bach’s fans want him to revert to a classic Skid Row sound on future solo albums. And Sweet, who is about to release an record with ex-Dokken guitarist George Lynch, has told the Trunk Nation program on Sirius XM’s Hair Nation channel that he entered into talks over producing just such an album. “This isn’t a bash against Sebastian at all, it’s just my opinion,” Sweet told host Eddie Trunk. “I think people want to hear Sebastian of old. They want to hear the Skid Row Sebastian. They want to hear the hits. He’s giving them modern rock. “It [read on]