Relive The Final Performance Of “Jump” BY Van Halen

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Fans are still in a state of shock since it is still difficult to process the untimely departure of one of the guitar’s most undisputed talents. To commemorate the magnificent work of Eddie Van Halen, we share with you how the classic song “Jump” sounded in the last concert that Eddie Van Halen gave.

Eddie lost, after several years of struggle, an arduous battle against cancer and passed away on October 6. Some fans have shared images of the guitarist’s last show with the band. You can read an editorial in honor of the musician by clicking here.

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The concert took place on October 4, 2015, at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, CA. The group performed a 23-song set, closing it with their signature track “Jump.”

In addition to Eddie on guitar, the band featured David Lee Roth on vocals, Alex Van Halen on drums, and Wolfgang Van Halen on bass. We leave you with the interpretation of the legendary 1984 cut.

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