WINGER Guitarist In Talks To Rejoin DOKKEN

November 28, 2002

WINGER guitarist Reb Beach is strongly rumored to be eyeing a return to the DOKKEN lineup for the group's upcoming U.S. tour with WHITESNAKE and THE SCORPIONS. When asked about the possibility of rejoining forces with Don Dokken following the latter's stints with John Norum and Italian guitarist Alex De Rosso, Beach said, "Looks good for DOKKEN." Reb is currently writing material for the next WINGER album as well as for an upcoming solo project, which may or may not be produced by Kip Winger. "I would love for him to produce my next record," the guitarist said. "Who knows?! He is so incredible, I just want to work with him in any way I can."

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