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George Lynch
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    (September 28, 1954- )
    Raised in Sacramento, California
    Guitarist for Dokken (1978-1988, 1994-1998) and the Lynch Mob
    Recorded the albums ‘Back in the Streets,' ‘Breaking the Chains,' ‘Tooth and Nail,' ‘Under Lock and Key,' ‘Back for Attack,' ‘Beast from the East,' ‘Dysfunctional' and ‘Shadowlife'
    Appears the in the movie ‘The Journey of August King'
    He left Dokken during the peak of their popularity.
    He twice auditioned to be the guitarist for Ozzy Osbourne.
    He lost the first time to Randy Rhoads and the second time he was replaced three days after he got the job to Jake E. Lee.
    He was married to less than one year.
    His signature guitar is covered in bones.
    He left Dokken twice.
    He shares the same name as a basketball player and a race car driver.
    He has been labeled a guitar virtuoso.
    He is one of the most popular guitarists to emerge from the 1980's.
    He is an avid body builder.
    A guitar solo of his supposedly caused a volcano to erupt.
    He developed his own signature guitars with ESP.

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