Hotter Than Before Don Dokken is Back for More

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Don Dokken, the powerful musician from the eighties era is back. His classic sound and lyrics can once again be heard live and on the airways. Don Dokken is making a comeback and his timing is perfect. The Heavy Metal scene is rising and Don Dokken is leading the way.

Don Dokken, the power-house vocalist from the eighties era, is back. Once known for songs like "Alone Again" and "Breaking the Chains," he is now credited for leading the heavy metal scene back into existence. His new album is expected to debut at the top of the charts and Dokken merchandise can be found in stores all over the world.

The 2006 Grammy Awards were electric with the appearence of Don Dokken on the red carpet. E! was lucky enough to get the first television interview with Don Dokken in almost 15 years. The original band of Dokken was made up of George Lynch on guitar, Jeff Pilson on Bass, Mick Brown on drums and Don Dokken on vocals. Together, they became icons in the heavy metal industry. Today, Jon Levin has replaced Lynch on guitar and Barry Sparks can be found on Bass. The sound is truly Dokken with today's modern flare.

It cannot be denied that Don Dokken is a living legend. His vocal style is untouchable and his talent is uncompromised. His ability to write from his soul and perform from his heart sets him apart in the industry. He is one of a kind and his come back is being met with great response. The public has been waiting for a real artist to take center stage and Don Dokken is that artist.

Las Vegas, Nevada was the site for The Pollstar Music Awards. Don Dokken was a presenter and his heart felt words touched thousands during the event. He is truly humble and thankful to his fans. He is an artist that continues to give back to the public in appreciation for what he has received. Don, along with his guitarist, Jon Levin were spotted with celebs ranging from Wayne Newton to Carrot Top. Dokken fans have no boundries.

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