Wolfgang Van Halen, the talented bassist and the youngest member of Van Halen, has taken over his Twitter account with throwback pictures with his father after sharing a heartbreaking letter about him on the day he passed away.
The son of Eddie Van Halen, Wolfgang has kept shattering the fans’ hearts since the day he wrote an open letter about him saying that he doesn’t think he’ll ever fully recover from this loss.
As you know, Wolf has been the first family member to announce the death of legendary guitarist Eddie Van Halen. After his social media statement, it was confirmed that Eddie departed this life with his wife Janie Van Halen, ex-wife Valerie Bertinelli, brother Alex, and son Wolfgang by his side.
The legend died at the age of 65 at St. John’s Hospital in Santa Monica due to cancer, which had moved to his brain, as well as other organs after he has fought with tongue and throat cancers for years by receiving treatment in Germany.
While the whole world, especially the metal community and Eddie’s dear friends including Gene Simmons, Brian May, Slash, and more, have been mourning the great loss, his closest, Wolf Van Halen, has continued to recall the good old days he spent with his father.
Wolf has posted several photos from his childhood and youth taken with his father since the day he died. With each special and lovely picture, he has grieved his fans even more. The majority of people thanked Wolfgang to share these unique moments and kept Eddie’s legacy alive.
Here’s what a fan, whose name is David, said in his comment to the latest post of Wolf on Twitter:
“This just shows us that he was more than a musician. He was truly a man who worked hard to find work/life balance and be a father, husband, brother, son and friend.
So glad you are sharing these photos. Wolf Van Halen thank you!”
Another follower of him said in his tweet:
“Wolf, your Pops would want you to be happy, and live life to the fullest.”
You can see the latest post of Wolfgang on Twitter below.
— Wolf Van Halen (@WolfVanHalen) October 10, 2020