Bassist Michael Anthony and guitarist Vic Johnson on the Sammy Hagar-fronted band's debut album, Space Between
Sammy Hagar poured cold water on the possibility of a reunion with Van Halen in a recent interview with Newsday, calling the potential reunion a "dead horse."
As we reported last week, Chickenfoot—a supergroup featuring Joe Satriani,Sammy Hagar, Michael Anthony and Chad Smith—are releasingBest + Live,a new best-of collection, on March 10.
Metallica, Iron Maiden, Chickenfoot, Steve Vai and other artists will appear on Re-Machined: A Tribute to Machine Head, a Deep Purple tribute album scheduled to be released September 4.
Chickenfoot are gearing up for their upcoming "Different Devil" tour and want to give fans an inside look at what it's like when they're prepping for a tour.
We usually don't do much reporting on European tours, but when three of our favorite guitarists hit the road for the return of the G3 tour, we can't help but let everyone know.
It seems you can't be a member of Chickenfoot these days without getting asked about the new Van Halen album, and Joe Satriani is no exception to the rule.