SAMMY HAGAR Performs 'Rock Candy' With THE CULT's Billy Duffy; Video Available
Video footage of Sammy Hagar performing the MONSTROSE classic "Rock Candy" with Billy Duffy of THE CULT at the Pacific Amphitheater in Costa Mesa, California in August 2008 can be viewed at Ultimate-Guitar.tv.
Sammy Hagar will release a new album on Loud & Proud Records on November 18. "Cosmic Universal Fashion" marks the first official release for Loud & Proud, a Roadrunner Records imprint focusing on established artists. The title track and first single, "Cosmic Universal Fashion", was written as an online collaboration between Hagar and a young Iraqi rock and roller by the name of Steven Lost. Released via Sammy's web site RedRocker.com and already a YouTube sensation, the video was produced in the same spirit as the classic VAN HALEN video for "Right Now" and strikes a timely chord with November's upcoming Presidential election.
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