VAN HALEN Drop Label, Manager Amid Reunion TalksJanuary 24, 2002
VAN HALEN have parted ways with Warner Bros. Records after a 14-year run that stretches back to the group's 1978 debut, acording to Hits Daily Double. The band have also changed attorneys, hiring Alan Mintz to take over for Don Engel, who was with them for 15 years. VAN HALEN, who are presently without a manager, are still said to be entertaining the possibility of a tour and a new record deal with either Sammy Hagar, Dave Lee Roth or both, but as of right now, no official announcement has yet been made.
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