SAMMY HAGAR Gets His Own Radio Show

SAMMY HAGAR Gets His Own Radio Show

Legendary rocker Sammy Hagar (CHICKENFOOT, VAN HALEN) is joining up with Envisage Radio Group (ERG), which produces other popular radio shows "Rock All Night" and "Nuglife Radio".

Hagar's new program, titled "Sammy Hagar's Top Rock Countdown", will start off in the second quarter of 2015 as a weekly countdown where Sammy will count down lists of his favorite party songs, comeback albums, unsung heroes or best tunes from a specific year or decade.

Says Sammy: "After more than 40 years in rock and roll, I've got a lot of knowledge, a lot of love, and always a lot to say so this is going to be a blast."

Russ Mottla, VP of programming at ERG, says: "We're excited to welcome the legendary Sammy Hagar to the Envisage gang. His commitment to entertainment that's unique, fun and a little crazy fit well with our programming mission."

Check out this teaser out on Sammy's SoundCloud below.



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