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Don Dokken comments on seeing poverty in Brazil “I am ashamed for the human race” but then tells everyone how he lives in Bel Air.

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Don Dokken comments about poverty during recent trip to Brazil and says,  “I am ashamed for the human race” but then talks about living in Bel Air.

 

The above was taken from TMZ

 

Check out a clip below of Dokken playing “Breakin’ The Chains” at Monsters of Rock Sao Paulo Brazil October 2013

 

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  • JT Inferno

    He sounds awful.

  • ElectricGypsy

    Dokken has fans and seems to be guaranteed a slot on festival rosters, but this has to be the biggest pop Don has had for his band in years. Dokken is now playing mediocre clubs in major cities, they won’t play in front of 1,000 people if they don’t have a festival crowd to perform for.

    I’m glad he’s ashamed for the human race. I wonder what he’s going to do to solve poverty.

  • Faabio

    hes fat and has lost his voice 20 years ago… why should anybody care

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  • ufquack

    His only real mistake here was treating the TMZ guys like they were human and conversing. Dokken is a great song writer and musician. Has his own very professional recording studio–yeah he’s been very successful but unless you know how much he privately gives to charity then well you can’t really talk unless you really know. I don’t think he can be faulted for handing out his own CDs free of charge, pretty damn cool of the guy! Now compare that to what TMZ does to improve the world? What’s that I hear?…the sound of a cricket?

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