Last month we mentioned that David Lee Roth had dipped his toes into the world of social media by launching both a Facebook and Twitter account. There hasn’t been much action as both to this date still have the same message to followers – “Get Ready…”. As we’ve been waiting for some sort of follow-up to just what that statement meant, it’s looking like the Grammy Foundation have let the cat out of the bag, as last week they sent out this rather obvious tweet –
While there are plenty of people that will be excited about the reunion, we know one person that isn’t as the group’s one-time lead singer, Sammy Hagar, told Rolling Stone he wasn’t interested in playing with his former band mates, saying “First of all, we (Hagar and Mike Anthony) wouldn’t be invited and second of all, if we were invited, we probably wouldn’t do it. If Eddie is in the same condition he was the last time I saw him, I don’t want to step onstage with him.”
Stay tuned for the latest in the As The Van Halen World Turns soap opera.
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Finally, this past summer when HT faves The Ryan Montbleau Band stopped by eco-friendly clothing company Life is good’s flagship store on Newbury Street in Boston, Mass. for an in-store performance, it wasn’t for the typical, truncated acoustic performance. Instead, the band took over the entire ground floor and played a full-on 90-minute show, a recording of which will now be released as their first ever live album.
The two-disc set, appropriately titled Live at Life is good, will come out on November 27, with a portion of the proceeds set to go to the Life is good Playmakers, which helps kids overcome violence, property and extreme illness. For an advance taste of the album Life is good Radio will air in its entirety on Thanksgiving Day at 10:00AM and again on Black Friday at 3:00PM.