VAN HALEN singer David Lee Roth was interviewed on Jay Mohr's podcast, "Mohr Stories", which can be found at FakeMustache.com. You can now listen to the chat using the audio player below.
VAN HALEN has not been seen on a stage since last spring, but along with a handful of Japanese dates and an Australian gig, the band recently confirmed its first U.S. show of 2013. The Van Halen clan and David Lee Roth will close out the annual Rock USA festival, scheduled for July 17 through July 20 in Oshkosh, Wisconsin.
VAN HALEN backed out of 31 North American dates last summer, citing exhaustion, and then Eddie Van Halen was sidelined for four-to-six months after undergoing surgery for the inflammatory intestinal affliction diverticulitis.
Roth recently gave an interview to Rolling Stone in which he expressed his desire to work on fresh material with Eddie Van Halen and tour outside the U.S., saying, "We have an audience and we have a potential future in many, many places . . . I don't know where the VAN HALEN future lies aside from the States."
"Mohr Stories" podcast (audio):
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