NICKELBACK's CHAD KROEGER Sings LED ZEPPELIN, CHICKENFOOT Reunites At SAMMY HAGAR's Birthday Bash (Video)
NICKELBACK's Chad Kroeger joined Sammy Hagar over the weekend to perform a cover version of the LED ZEPPELIN classic "Whole Lotta Love" during Hagar's huge birthday bash at the Downtown Las Vegas Events Center. Also appearing at the event were the Red Rocker's CHICKENFOOT bandmates Joe Satriani, Michael Anthony and Chad Smith, who came up on stage to play a few CHICKENFOOT tracks with the legendary ex-VAN HALEN singer. CHICKENFOOT performed "Sexy Little Thing" from their 2009 debut and "Big Foot" from 2011's "Chickenfoot III".
Fan-filmed video footage of the concert can be seen below.
Hagar's first-ever acoustic album titled "Lite Roast", was released on October 14 via Mailboat Records. Joining Sammy on the CD is Vic Johnson, longtime guitarist of WABORITAS, Hagar's backup band, on guitar and vocals.
NICKELBACK's new album, "No Fixed Address", arrives on November 18.
Kroeger's personal life did make headlines recently when it was reported that his year-old marriage to singer Avril Lavigne was on the rocks. Kroeger has not commented officially on the rumors.
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