VAN HALEN singer David Lee Roth has offered up some festive cheer from Diamond Dave's Tiki Bunker. Check out his brand new original two-minute track in the YouTube below.
Former VAN HALEN singer Sammy Hagar recently revealed that he would be open to another reunion tour with the group despite being "miserable for the last 40 shows” of his last trek with the VAN HALEN crew in 2004.
Hagar said, "I would play with anybody that loves me and that I love. That would include VAN HALEN, but the love’s not there right now… I would, however, be in the original band that we started. That was a love fest full of creativity."
Asked if he would be open to a tour where he would trade off vocals with Roth — and with bassist Michael Anthony back in he lineup — Hagar replied, "A tour like that would be the coolest thing for the fans ever. I would do it for the fans… Everybody would have to be cool and have their hearts in it. I hate to give out bad news, but I just doubt it'll ever happen."
VAN HALEN reunited with Roth in 2007 for a successful world tour and made a new album in 2012 called "A Different Kind Of Truth", but the band has been silent after canceling some of its tour plans in support of the record.
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