Tag Archives: Sammy Hagar
The gang celebrate their 25th episode with a visit from a guitar legend.
There are a lot of great music autobiographies out there, but there are great ones still to be written. Chris Holmes counts down the Top 5.
How does Tattoo stack up against the first singles from Van Halen albums past? Here’s a look
As it turns out, Santa has a bit of a drinking problem
Chickenfoot writes a mature rock song about adult relationships. Imagine that …
From chicken to coffee and Jimmy Buffett to Ryan Tedder, the Popdose staff recounts those musicians whose merchandising presences are grossly oversold.
Your Popdose staff gathers ’round the new Chickenfoot single and can’t help arguing about Van Halen. Again.
Death by Power Ballad returns, with Rob Smith discussing Sammy Hagar’s book, unheralded albums, and terrific power ballad “Halfway to Memphis.”
Matt Wardlaw shares some Fresh Prince bootleg love and, using Bootleg City’s long-distance calling plan, shares his thoughts with Gary Cherone about Van Halen III.
Bottom Feeders is on Cloud 9 this week with solo material from the Red Rocker, a Blondie and a Beatle.
John Cusack goes on a cross-country journey with Daphne Zuniga to find The Sure Thing and Kelly Stitzel finally decides to go along for the ride.
Rob Smith gets back into the “Dave vs. Sammy” argument in this week’s Death by Power Ballad column on Van Halen’s “Love Walks In,” on on Popdose.com.
Scott Malchus returns to the basement for another week, and regales us with the story of how Sammy Hagar sparked a personal epiphany.