Considered one of the greatest debut albums in rock history, Van Halen took the music world by storm in 1978 with an 11-song manifesto that features some of rock radio’s most played songs of all time and scorching concert staples like “Runnin’ With The Devil,” “Ain’t Talkin’ ‘Bout Love,” “Jamie’s Cryin’,” the band’s signature cover of The Kinks’ “You Really Got Me,” and Eddie Van Halen’s finger-tapping tour de force, “Eruption.” Six years and five albums later, Van Halen had become one of the biggest bands in world around the release of 1984, which includes a number of the band’s most legendary songs such as the #1 hit, “Jump,” “Panama,” and “Hot For Teacher.”
David Lee Roth didn’t hold back when a member of the audience at Van Halen‘s Camden, NJ show threw a beer up on stage this past Thursday. The front man took a few moments between songs while a crew member cleaned up the mess to let his feelings known. “In my younger day I would … Continue reading David Lee Roth Tells Off Fan For Throwing Beer On Stage [NSFW]
On March 31st, Van Halen will release a new live album – the band’s first ever live album to feature David Lee Roth on vocals. Hear “Hot For Teacher” and “Jump” in full below. Tokyo Dome Live in Concert is available for pre-order now on iTunes and Amazon. Yesterday the band announced a North American … Continue reading Hear “Hot For Teacher” and “Jump” from Van Halen’s New Live Album
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