April 17, 2008

Rock legend, entrepreneur, tequila aficionado and owner of the Cabo Wabo Cantinas Sammy Hagar treated die-hard Redhead fans to a private live performance on Tuesday, April 8 at his Cabo Wabo Cantina in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico and online at as part of his third annual Are We Having Any Fun Yet? cruise. Before the performance, Hagar met the over 500 fans at the dock to escort them to his infamous cantina. Among those in attendance was NASCAR driver Jimmie Johnson who enjoyed a little R&R rest and relaxation combined with rock 'n' roll at the cantina with Hagar. The R&R must have paid off as Johnson earned his first victory of the 2008 NASCAR season at the Subway Fresh Fit 500 race at Phoenix International Raceway, the following Saturday, April 12, 2008.

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