During a recent appearance on ‘Celebrity Page TV,’ Van Halen vocalist David Lee Roth talked about his Las Vegas show, indirectly slamming Van Halen band.
As we all know, David Lee Roth reunited with fans for a great show on January 8 in Las Vegas with 15 songs featuring 10 songs from Van Halen’s classic and other five from his solo career.
His crew including lead guitarist Al Estrada from Eruption, rhythm guitarist Frankie Lindri, bassist Ryan Wheeler, keyboardist Danny Wagner, and drummer Mike Musselman.
While talking about why Roth chose Las Vegas as a place for their show with his new band, the singer brutally slapped Van Halen by saying he has real musicians now in his solo band.
Here’s what David Lee Roth said:
“This is where you come to celebrate and do the victory dance, whatever that means to you and will be constantly redefining during the night.”
“I have a band that took over a year to put together because we have real musicians really playing who can really interact with me.
There has to be the spirit, there has to be the vibe and the attitude, and it’s not one kind of music. You have to be as universal as my song catalog.”
You can watch the full interview below.
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Back on January 9, a fan page of Van Halen has leaked never-listened-before record of Van Halen vocalist David Lee Roth on Twitter.
According to the report, one of the best classics of Van Halen, ‘Runnin with the Devil,’ was exposed, with David Lee Roth’s vocal and extended Eddie Van Halen guitar solo. This alternate track was taken from the original 24-track recording session.
The alternate Van Halen take was leaked to the public for the second time. Earlier, an alternate take of ‘Dance The Night Away’ leaked in 2017.
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