SORUM, HAGAR, ANTHONY, DUFFY Laying Down Song For SAMMY's Solo Album; Video Available

VELVET REVOLVER/ex-GUNS N' ROSES drummer Matt Sorum last month finished recording a song called "Loud" in San Francisco with Sammy Hagar, original VAN HALEN bassist Michael Anthony and guitarist Billy Duffy of THE CULT for Sammy's upcoming solo album, marking a reunion in the studio for Sorum — who was THE CULT's drummer — and Duffy.

Video footage from the sessions can be viewed below.

Sorum previously stated in a posting on his web site: "I gotta tell you, Sam and Mike are two of the nicest and coolest guys in rock and roll. And Sam always takes great care of us. Picked us up on a private jet (must be sellin' a lot of tequila) and put us in a nice spot for a couple days. Fun times, man. Playin' music, laughin' and having a great time. That's what it's all about, right?"


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