George Lynch reveals that Oni Logan has completely different work ethic than rest of Lynch Mob members
Lynch Mob, KXM, Ultraphonics and occasional Dokken guitarist George Lynch was recently interviewed by Andrew Catania for All That Shreds. The guitarist spoke about the current Lynch Mob line-up consisting of himself on guitar, Sean McNabb on bass, Jimmy D’Anda on drums and Andrew Freeman on lead vocals.
In terms of how it is working with Freeman compared to the other singers that he has worked with, Lynch advised (with slight edit):
“I want to be as diplomatic as possible. There are good and bad things about working with everybody, including myself. I’m very manic and very driven. I don’t say that in a good way.
I learned I needed to mellow out. As for Oni [Logan] he’s a poet and a lyrical genius. He is in some ways the voice of Lynch Mob. But he has a completely different workflow and work ethics than I do and the rest of the band. And that is a problem. He’s more like a child of the 70s waiting for inspiration to hit. He’s not a workaholic and he’s an easier going guy with an easy-going pace.
This is a business. Your time is money. There’s that conflict there. There’s a side of this we do with just a straight business position.
Andrew, on the other hand, is a gifted singer and he’s got only better over the years. I’ve known Andrew for decades and worked with them on other projects and he’s just gotten better as he’s gotten older. He’s a very efficient worker. He takes work seriously, doesn’t waste time getting in there, has very high standards and gets things done in an expedited fashion. I do appreciate that.”
You can read the rest of the interview with George Lynch at All That Shreds‘ website.