April 26, 2005

According to, Sammy Hagar was interviewed on St. Louis radio station KSHE-FM Monday (April 25) and spoke about a couple of interesting things. Sammy said he and VAN HALEN drummer Alex Van Halen are great friends and "will remain great friends." He also stated that there is no VAN HALEN activity planned, adding that he was "done with it." In solo news, Sammy stated that he is planning a bigger tour for the WABORITAS in coming months and has built his own studio called Red Rocker Recording Studio. Meanwhile, Hagar has recorded a new song which will be released shortly as an Internet download. The song, "Let Me Take You There", is a cover of a track "I'll Take You There", made famous by the STAPLE SINGERS in the '70s and adapted by the Red Rocker to match his persona. Check out a 90-second sample of the track right at

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