VAN HALEN: More Quality Rehearsal Footage Posted Online

More excellent-quality fan-filmed video footage of VAN HALEN's September 16, 2007 pre-tour rehearsal at the Forum in Los Angeles, California can be viewed below.

High-quality pictures from the September 16 rehearsal courtesy of Jeff Findley are available at the following links:

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Singer David Lee Roth said at the band's recent press conference announcing the tour, his first with VAN HALEN in 22 years, that it was guitarist Eddie Van Halen's son Wolfgang (who is playing bass on the current tour) who selected the songs that the band will play: "It was Wolf who picked the song list, and we've got close to 25 of your greatest hits, all the favorites that you've been hearing tearing out of the back of a pickup truck at the Burger King drive-thru for how many summertimes. It's all very well intact, stereo sound and hi-fi style."


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