5 Recent Facts About Van Halen

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Back in their days Van Halen was one of the most influentail and bad ass rock bands. Eddie Van Halen was considered as a rock guitar god, he was orginal and flashy. Van Halen totally brought heavy rock back to life in a time where disco dominated the music scene. Below are the 5 Recent Facts About Van Halen:

5. Eddie Van Halen Does Not Listen To Music

“I don’t listen to anything,” that was his statement when he was interviewed last 2015 in Studio City, Calif. He doesn’t listen to anything else other than he actively makes. Full read here.

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4. David Lee Roth’s 2016 Song “Ain’t No Christmas” was about VAN HALEN. 

He sounded like he was closing his the door on a VAN HALEN reunion when he included the line on the song:

“Sure looked good on paper, once upon a lie. Happily never after, and I’m not okay to drive.

“Let’s put the pin back in this one, and say we both survived. Last blank space on the map I think we’ve arrived…

“Quittin’ while you’re ahead ain’t quittin’, and I’m quittin’.”

3. A Rude Fan Annoyingly Interviewed Eddie Van Halen In A 2017 Footage. 

Rude Fan: “Hey Eddie, I’ve got to start off by apologizing to you. When I was 13 I bought a bootleg Van Halen shirt, because I couldn’t afford to main shirt. Because you had to be cool, if you didn’t have a Van Halen shirt, you weren’t cool back then, so I have to apologize for that.”

 

Eddie Van Halen: “Well you’re still not cool, you’re still not wearing one.”

2. During a TOOL concert, A Tool Fan Asked Eddie Van Halen To Take His Picture After The Show. The Fan Didn’t Know Who He Was Talking To

 

1. David Lee Roth Announced Last Year That “Van Halen Is Finished” And Eddie Was Not Doing Well.

“It’s been canceled a number of times and I think Van Halen’s finished,” Roth said, before promoting his 2019 Las Vegas residency.

The singer reported that his bandmate Eddie Van Halen is “not doing well.” Roth said, “Ed’s not doing well, and singing and dancing is a perishable skill. If you have the capacity, it’s something that has to be used routinely, if not for the thrill of it and the magic of creating with other incandescent spirits.”

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