Sammy Hagar (CHICKENFOOT, ex-VAN HALEN), Phil Collen (DEF LEPPARD), Mark Hudson (AEROSMITH producer), Ronnie Montrose (MONTROSE), Kip Winger (WINGER) and Rudy Sarzo (OZZY OSBOURNE, QUIET RIOT, WHITESNAKE, DIO, BLUE YSTER CULT) took part in the latest edition of the Rock 'N' Roll Fantasy Camp, which was held May 10-15 in Hollywood, California. Hagar told the Artisan News Service that he was impressed with the youngsters' versions of VAN HALEN tunes and he gave some good advice to bands starting out today. Check out the report below.
About Rock 'N' Roll Fantasy Camp: Rock 'N' Roll Fantasy Camp was founded by David Fishof in 1997 as the ultimate music experience for the amateur or aficionado, pairing music lovers of all levels together with rock icons for a first-hand immersion in the rock 'n' roll lifestyle. Camp attendees move from spectator to band member, sharing the stage and limelight with rock icons for an once-in-a-lifetime experience.
Learn more about Rock 'N' Roll Fantasy Camp, tour dates and pricing at www.rockcamp.com.
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