VAN HALEN bassist Michael Anthony has posted the following message on his official web site:
"Michael will be on hand at the Barrett-Jackson car auction in Scottsdale, AZ January 19-22 where a handful of his Bonspeed concept cars will be on the auction block and up for grabs to the highest bidders. Fellow car enthusiast Sammy Hagar will also have his 1967 Mustang on the block as well."
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Continues Michael: "The holidays are now over and after spending some quality time with the family, I'm ready to get rockin' and have a kick ass 2006. I don't know what's on the horizon yet musically but Sammy and I have some cool things planned for later on in the year. We'll keep you posted as everything comes together. We're both itchin' to get back out on the road and ROCK!"
To celebrate the launch of his hot-sauce partnership with the Hard Rock Cafe chain, Anthony recently did a six city promotional tour and full-on media blitz where he visited Hard Rock Cafes in New York, Philadelphia, Boston, Chicago, San Francisco and Los Angeles. The mighty bassist appeared on radio and TV, signed countless autographs, gave away signed basses and ate lunch with fans. Check out a photo pictorial with behind-the-scenes shots from each city.
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