DAVE LEE ROTH And SAMMY HAGAR To Embark On Co-Headlining US Tour

March 16, 2002

According to the official web site of former VAN HALEN frontman Sammy Hagar, he and another ex-VAN HALEN singer, Dave Lee Roth, are talking about doing a co-headlining tour this summer. “Sammy was blown away at how well they got along together,” states the message on Hagar's site. “Sammy says: 'If this happens, this would have to be the party of a lifetime'!!!!” Details are sketchy at this time, but it appears that each singer would perform a set of his own, to be followed by a “jam” at the end of the night, which will almost certainly include renditions of various VAN HALEN tunes. More information as it becomes available.

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