As Sammy Hagar fans know, the “I Can’t Drive 55” songwriter has a thing for fast cars.
Sammy Hagar and Michael Anthony’s band the Circle performed a selection of Van Halen songs at what appears to be a fun and rowdy show in Tulalip, Washington, on August 24.
Things are about to get a lot warmer between Sammy Hagar and Eddie Van Halen. The former Van Halen singer is set to issue an apology to the guitarist and invite him to be friends again.
Schecter Guitar Research has just uploaded this video showing the creation of a Michael Anthony Rat Rod bass by assembly technician Jake Ball and Custom Shop manager Shigeki Aoshima.
Late last month, Van Halen singer David Lee Roth premiered hisnew solo single, "Ain't No Christmas," on his online radio show,The Roth Show.
In Sammy Hagar’s new interview with UltimateClassicRock, the Red Rocker talks about the first time he met Eddie Van Halen, 37 years ago today, and serves up some interesting tidbits of the occasion.
The clip below presents a newly unearthed soundboard recording of Van Halen performing the Kinks’ “All Day and All of the Night” live at the Pasadena Civic Center on November 19, 1976.