If you've got a wicked sensation right now in your rock nerve, there's good reason for that: George Lynch is back in town for a benefit show. After a full day's activiities, including a poker run, a 5K walk, plus a dinner and auction to benefit Dave Lucero, who's been diagnosed with cancer, the lauded Dokken and Lynch Mob guitarist is due at the Copper Rail in Brighton tomorrow night, with Chris Romero and his Van Halen tribute band, Romeo Delight. The show is from 8 to midnight, with a suggested donation of $10. We saw Lynch recently at Casselman's. In case you're wondering, dude's still got it.
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