VAN HALEN Brothers EDDIE And ALEX Jam With KENNY CHESNEY In California: Photo Available

Eddie and Alex Van Halen joined country artist Kenny Chesney on stage during his Saturday, June 17 appearance at the Home Depot Center in Carson, CA. They reportedly performed two songs — "Jump" and "You Really Got Me" — with Kenny handling the lead vocals in the former and lead guitarist Clayton Mitchell singing the latter. Check out a picture of Kenny and Eddie rocking out on stage at this location.

Former VAN HALEN frontman David Lee Roth — who hasn't seen Eddie Van Halen for years — has implied in recent interviews that they have been talking again and their management are involved in putting the group back together.

Roth said: "I see it absolutely as an inevitability. It would be very simple to put together. I definitely see it happening."

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