SAMMY HAGAR: VAN HALEN Reunion Not On The Horizon
Former VAN HALEN frontman Sammy Hagar was featured in the "At Home" section of the Friday, December 26, 2003 edition of the USA Today national newspaper. Asked about a VAN HALEN reunion, Hagar said it's not on the horizon, but he reiterated a posting he made to his web site about a recent dinner in Los Angeles with drummer Alex Van Halen.
"We had a lot of fun times together," said Hagar, who after replacing David Lee Roth spent a decade with the band, before himself being dismissed when the band briefly took back up with Roth. "So after years of carrying anger around on both sides, it was really nice to be able to feel like we were once again focusing on the friendship."
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