EDDIE VAN HALEN: 'I've Got Enough Material For Ten Albums'

Dwyer and Michaels of Iowa's Q106 Classic Hits called Eddie Van Halen at his home studio Wednesday morning (Nov. 26) and spoke to the reclusive guitarist for five minutes about his current activities, including the rumors that ex-VAN HALEN singer Sammy Hagar is in the process of rejoining the band. Although Eddie falls short of confirming the reports that a reunion with Sammy is imminent, he does reveal the fact that he's "got enough [new material written] for 10 records" and alludes to the fact that no announcement will be made regarding the group's future plans until all the details have been worked out first. Download the interview in MP3 format (file size: 4.5 MB) here.

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