Apparently Alex Van Halen came to him, but he declined.
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Michael Anthony, Wolfgang Van Halen and Valerie Bertinelli also joined in the celebration of Eddie’s life.
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Legendary drummer Alex Van Halen celebrated his 68th birthday on Saturday, May 8th, and it was the first birthday since he was three years old, that he celebrated without his brother Eddie. Eddie, of course, died late last year at 65 from complications with his cancer. The Van Halen news desk tweeted a great photo […]
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Hagar believes record execs thought “If this doesn’t work, at least you can go back with Van Halen again. But if you’re Van Halen and it don’t work, now you’ve ruined Van Halen.”
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Van Halen was planning a farewell tour that would reunite the band with all three singers, as well as bassist Michael Anthony. Unfortunately the tour never happened due to Eddie Van Halen’s then-declining health, and they’re sure as hell not planning on continuing without Eddie. Advertisement. Scroll to continue reading.Continue Reading