I have heard all of the latest Dokken, Lynch, Pilson, Brown interviews on Youtube from Eddie Trunk, Mitch Lafon, the guys on The Classic Metal Show and Brian Sword on his The Double Stop podcast. And even more recently on the KBAD radio program broadcast from where they played in South Dakota. According to Mick Brown, Lynch asked him the first day back together if Mick was up for more shows. Mick is open to the idea for sure, but told Lynch let's get through these ones first and see how things go. Lynch said in an interview that he believes there is a 50/50 chance of more reunion shows and Lynch has been very candid in multiple interviews saying that he is pushing for more shows. Jeff Pilson has said in several recent interviews that he is open to the idea also. The only guy saying no at this point is Don Dokken. Don bagged on Mick Brown in an interview and the other guys as well for talking about the reunion tour being on before the deal was signed. Don said it made it harder for him to negotiate a deal when the promoter already knew the band would say yes. You kind of loose all your leverage or bargaining chips. I believe that Don will say "not gonna happen, no chance, no way" right up until the money and terms are right and he signs the contract. I would be willing to bet we will see at least a brief U.S. tour before the end of summer 2017.