SAMMY HAGAR: Audio Of 'Howard Stern' Appearance Posted Online

An MP3 containing the audio of VAN HALEN singer Sammy Hagar's appearance last Friday (March 26) on "The Howard Stern Show" has been made available for download at this location [UPDATE: file has since been removed].

In other news, Hagar has posted the following message at his official web site:

"Sorry I couldn't keep everyone up to speed on the VH stuff but until it was final we all swore to secrecy. So lay off my webmaster!!

"First of all, the WABOS are great! They will be on pay through all this and everything is upfront with them. They might be doing gigs in Tahoe at the Wabo with other artists this year and writing new songs at our new studio (Red Rocker Recording).

"We're gonna have a blast at the opening of the Tahoe Wabo and the Tequila bash in Atlantic City. Then I'm off to VH rehearsals. I'm totally excited about the tour. The music's a w e s o m e! 'It's About Time' 1st track, Yikessssssss!!

"See ya at the b-bash in October! Love ya, Sammy"



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