DAVID LEE ROTH Dedicates Song To Hurricane Sandy Victims

According to The Pulse Of Radio, VAN HALEN frontman David Lee Roth has posted a new solo song online called "One Piece Thermo-Molded Country Plastic Chair", which he said is "dedicated to all who are affected by and recovering from Hurricane Sandy." Roth co-wrote the tune with Scotty Emerick and posted a video for it online as part of his ongoing web series, "The Roth Show".

Roth has plenty of spare time at the moment since VAN HALEN's 2012 world tour was postponed this past summer.

Guitarist Eddie Van Halen is recovering from surgery for a severe bout of a digestive system disorder called diverticulitis.

VAN HALEN is expected to resume touring in early 2013.

The band's first album with Roth since 1984, "A Different Kind Of Truth", came out last February.


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