VAN HALEN: Rumored Tour With AEROSMITH Is A No-Go

April 14, 2005 is reporting that there is no truth to the rumor that VAN HALEN and AEROSMITH will be teaming up for a U.S. tour this summer. Meanwhile, VAN HALEN frontman Sammy Hagar has recorded a new song which will be released shortly as an Internet download. The track, entitled "I'll Take You There", is a cover of a track made famous by the STAPLE SINGERS in the 1970s. Hagar has also added a new solo date to his 2005 tour; reports the singer will play a one-off U.K. show at the Hammersmith Apollo in London on June 15.

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