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Eddie Van Halen
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We talk with legendary guitarist Steve Lukather about Toto’s upcoming summer tour and the band’s plans for their 40th anniversary.
Matt Wardlaw and D.X. Ferris are joined by author Greg Renoff to discuss Van Halen Rising, his popular new book that covers the early years of the legendary group.
Greg Renoff’s “Van Halen Rising” charts the early triumphs, mishaps and wildness of the band that saved heavy metal.
Extreme bassist Pat Badger joins us to discuss his current PledgeMusic campaign, Van Halen and jamming with Roger Daltrey.
Chris Holmes breaks it down to give you his favorite albums of the year that was 2012.
Rob Smith’s Media 6ix: Eddie Van Halen, Gay Marriage, Avengers, etc.
Sing it Dave! Win the new VH cd!
Popdose reviews the big Van Halen/David Lee Roth reunion. Was it worth it?
In 1996, after a decade and a half of high but rapidly diminishing record sales and influence, Van Halen was suddenly a hot band again, and it was because of,…
So VH is hitting the road! Maybe! Unless they deny it! Again!
Death by Power Ballad returns, with Rob Smith discussing Sammy Hagar’s book, unheralded albums, and terrific power ballad “Halfway to Memphis.”
A strong, effective piece of songwriting that blended hard rock with some new wave leanings, you hear an unexpected poignancy in “Little Guitars.” That’s right, a Van Halen song that actually has feeling.
We made a list of our favorite guitarists of all time, and this week we count down the final 10. Who’s number 1? You’ll have to click to find out.
Crazy cat ladies, candy corn campfires in the clouds… it can only mean two things: new music from the Happy Hollows, and Michael Fortes is bloody mental!
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.
Steven Rosen’s series of journalistic remembrances continues with a look back at a wild weekend spent in the company of the one and only Edward Van Halen.