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Totally Driven Radio Podcast - GEORGE LYNCH

Wednesday, March 11, 2015
Podcasts & Radio
Totally Driven Radio, the weekly radio podcast heard live every Thursday night from 8 - 11 pm Est time on the Totally Driven Entertainment Radio Network, hosted by Bay Ragni and Nick Wilkinson covers the world of sports and entertainment each week, as well as bringing you celebrity guests interviews.

Totally Driven Radio spoke with Legendary Guitarist George Lynch to discuss a ton of topics like:

**Randy Rhoads and how he got the consolation prize and took over Randy’s Students
**He was also up to replace Brad Gillis in Ozzy’s band as well
**He talked about leaving Dokken, and he ended up joining Ratt, because Warren took his spot in Dokken
**The Sweet / Lynch project
**That he has been getting too much flack for doing too much lately
**The Shadow Nation documentary
**The Infidels
**He is finishing up a new Lynch Mob record for Frontiers
**If it is frustrating to not be able to play out live with all the different projects
**How did him & Michael Sweet hook up to do the project together
**Talked about Michael Sweet singing for Tooth & Nail, which half of record is recorded musically
**What if Don Dokken called him to ask George to work on a song or two, what is George’s answer
**Anyone he wants to work with, he hasn’t had chance
**If he does anymore body building

George hangs out for 30 minutes and You can listen here:

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Noize In The AtticPodcast - GEORGE LYNCH

Monday, March 2, 2015
Podcasts & Radio
George Lynch speaks in-depth and candidly on the latest episode of Noize In The Attic - Where Your past Comes Back To Haunt You (

George speaks openly on the new Sweet / Lynch album, on the failed Dokken reunion "it was way too painful and way too ugly" and how he was cheated out of $30,000 on the Dysfunctional album and tour.

On his early Ozzy auditions: "I went out to Scotland, England, Ireland.. I toured with them and played at some sound checks.. I brought in Don Costa and we rehearsed for a while. (they told me) "you're the guy" (and) I spent two months in that camp. They didn't give me a nickel.. I ended up losing my job and my apartment. It really blew me away the indifference of those people. They are callus and non-empathetic, non-compassionate.. they didn't really give a shit but maybe that's what you need to be successful in this world, being heartless and calculating and cold".

Hear the interview here (starts at 30 minute mark)

Rich Davenport's Rock Show - JIMI HENDRIX Special & George Lynch

Monday, February 2, 2015
Podcasts & Radio
Rich Davenport's Rock Show this week features interviews with Jimi Hendrix's long-term girlfriend Kathy Etchingham and guitar hero George Lynch (Lynch Mob, Sweet Lynch), and is now available for streaming at this link:
Kathy Etchingham, long-term girlfriend of Jimi Hendrix during the '60s, sets the record straight to defend both Jimi's memory and herself against the many negative allegations made in the recent movie 'Jimi: All Is By My Side', which features scenes in which Kathy is violently assaulted by Hendrix, among other events, about which Kathy states, 'None of these things ever happened', and offers to produce her medical records to prove that no assaults took place. Kathy gives an eye witness account of life with Jimi from the first day he arrived in London, and offers fascinating insights into the formation of the Jimi Hendrix Experience, Jimi's songwriting process, the recording of 'All Along The Watchtower', and life in swinging London with a rock legend at the point at which his career began, and later took off. 

The show also features guitar hero George Lynch, who discusses the writing and recording of the new albums by Lynch Mob ('Sun Red Sun') and Sweet / Lynch ('Only To Rise'). George chooses two songs from each release, and talks about possible touring plans for both bands.

You can also listen on Sunday 1st February 15:00-17:00, Tuesday 3rd February 12:00-14:00 and Thursday 5th January 07:00-09:00 on


One On One With Mitch Lafon - GEORGE LYNCH

Monday, December 15, 2014
Podcasts & Radio

LYNCH MOB's (ex-Dokken) GEORGE LYNCH joins Mitch on EPISODE 76 of One On One With Mitch Lafon. Mastering engineer, Maor Appelbaum, co-hosts this episode.

In this episode's only interview, guitarist GEORGE LYNCH discusses LYNCH MOB's recent Sun Red Sun album release, future recording plans with former Dokken bandmates Jeff Pilson & Mick Brown, his collaboration with STRYPER frontman Michael Sweet - Sweet & Lynch and their new album Only To Rise, body building and his use of steroids, his month long tryout with OZZY OSBOURNE and much more.

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Maor Appelbaum's mastering credits include the new FAITH NO MORE single 'Motherfucker', the new YES album 'Heaven & Earth, as well as working in the past on Halford, Armored Saint, Nekromantix, Sepultura, Angra, Ygnwie Malmsteen, the A World With Heroes KISS tribute EP albums and more.

To inquire about Maor's mastering service contact him via:
Maor Appelbaum: 818-564-9276

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