Atlanta Radio Station Drops Hint About VAN HALEN Reunion
LiveDaily.com reports: "One of the worst-kept secrets in rock may soon be publicly revealed Atlanta radio station 96 Rock's website features an item under the heading 'The Reunion They Said Wouldn't Happen,' next to which is a blurred, 1995 photograph of guitarist Eddie Van Halen.
" 'Keep listening for a major concert announcement ... SOON!,' reads the item.
"Late last year, former VAN HALEN singer Sammy Hagar announced that he had rekindled his friendship with estranged former bandmates Eddie and Alex Van Halen. Rumors suggest that the three, along with VAN HALEN bassist Michael Anthony, are recording new material and will likely tour this year."
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