VAN HALEN: 'The Very Best Of…' To Arrive In July, Single Released To Radio This Week is reporting that VAN HALEN's "The Very Best of Van Halen" is slated for release on July 20 through Warner Bros. The set will feature three new songs, "It's About Time", "Up for Breakfast" and "Learning To See", featuring vocalist Sammy Hagar, who has rejoined the group eight years after an acrimonious departure. Liner notes for the compilation have been provided by David Wild of Rolling Stone magazine. In addition, Van Halen News Desk (VHND) is reporting that a Warner Bros.' source has confirmed that the first single from the set, "It's About Time", will be released to radio on Wednesday, May 26.

VAN HALEN's first tour since 1998 will kick off June 11 in Greensboro, N.C. The band's manager, Irving Azoff, recently told Billboard the trek will ultimately consist of four legs of 22 shows each.

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