According to The Hollywood Reporter, David Lee Roth has signed with ICM Partners, a full-service talent agency, worldwide in all areas.
The VAN HALEN singer continues to be represented by business manager Gerri Leonard of Leonard And Associates.
Roth gave a rare charity performance on September 9 in Beverly Hills. Diamond Dave took the stage at the exclusive private charity benefit "A Summer Spectacular Under The Stars", which was hosted by Mario Lopez, and delivered a four-song set — two solo favorites, "Just A Gigolo" and "California Girls", along with a pair of VAN HALEN standards, "Ice Cream Man" and "Jump".
VAN HALEN has been inactive since it completed its U.S. tour in October 2015 at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, California.
The trek was VAN HALEN's first since an aborted North American run three years earlier in support of its then-new studio album, "A Different Kind Of Truth".
Released in 2015 was "Tokyo Dome In Concert", VAN HALEN's first-ever live collection featuring Roth, despite numerous pro-shot concerts from the band's original heyday being heavily booted for years.
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