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A Mechanic United Sammy Hagar and Eddie Van Halen Over a Ferrari, Leading to Van Halen’s Iconic ‘5150’ Album

The ’70s and ’80s churned out a lot of hard rock bands—many of those bands rose to fame quickly, only to fade away just as fast. There were a few, however, that remains legendary to this day. Van Halen was a rock icon, formed in the ’70s by Eddie Van Halen and his brother. Even through several spats and changes to the band members, they continued to top the charts.
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Sammy Hagar To Rock The NASCAR All-Star Race

(hennemusic) Sammy Hagar has announced that he will be performing at the 37th Annual NASCAR All-Star Race at Texas Motor Speedway on Sunday, June 13. The rocker will be joined by guitarist Vic Johnson for the appearance. "Get ready to rock, roll, and race," says Hagar. "Tune into NASCAR on...
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(The Red Rocker) Sammy Hagar And The Circle Heat Up the Night at “The Amp” In St. Augustine!

The stage was set, The crowd and the buzz was like lighting about ready to explode!!…And that is exactly was about to happen, in the sense that lighting was going to strike on the stage with Sammy and The Circle throwing it down like an afternoon thunderstorm in Florida and the place to be this night was The Amp in St. Augustine on June I 2020, Because if you were not there…you were not there!!!
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Sammy Hagar to perform pre-race concert at NASCAR All-Star Race

The Red Rocker himself, Sammy Hagar, and fellow guitarist Vic Johnson will play Hagar’s classic guitar rock song “I Can’t Drive 55” as part of the pre-race festivities for the 37th annual NASCAR All-Star Race on June 13 at Texas Motor Speedway. The two guitarists will perform the 1984 radio...
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Sammy Hagar and Friends playing RiverEdge Park in Aurora this July

Van Halen‘s Sammy Hagar is coming to Chicagoland this summer. The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer brings his band, Sammy Hagar and Friends to RiverEdge Park in Aurora on Sunday, July 18th. Expect to hear some Van Halen and solo Hagar hits like “I Can’t Drive 55,” “Right Now,” and “Why Can’t This Be Love.”
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WATCH NOW: Sammy Hagar to headline Festival of the Lakes

Sammy Hagar, the Red Rocker and Van Halen singer who can't drive 55, will headline Festival of the Lakes in Hammond this year. The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer will perform in the prominent Saturday night slot at the annual summer festival that takes place at Wolf Lake Memorial Park at 2324 Calumet Ave. between July 13 and July 18. "I'm psyched," Hammond Mayor Thomas McDermott said. "He's a legend. He was the first concert I saw as a little kid, when I was maybe 15."
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Sammy Hagar to headline Festival of the Lakes

Sammy Hagar, the Red Rocker and Van Halen singer who can't drive 55, will headline Festival of the Lakes in Hammond this year. The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer will perform in the prominent Saturday night slot at the annual summer festival that takes place at Wolf Lake Memorial Park at 2324 Calumet Ave. between July 13 and July 18.
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Top 5 things to do in St. Augustine this week: Sammy Hagar, 5K and Concerts in the Plaza

It’s a musical week coming up, starting tomorrow. But there’s more: history, exercise and even some bonus comedy in Jacksonville to end the week. Spend your day Saturday outside, with live music by performers that include Amber DeLaCruz, The Band Be Easy and Love Monkey; food trucks; artisans and crafters; a beer and wine lounge; and family activities, such as face painting, rock climbing and more. Groove in the Grove will be at TrailMark, 805 Trailmark Drive, St. Augustine, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., and admission is free.
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Sammy Hagar Honors Frontliners In First Live Concert After Covid Restrictions

Sammy Hagar and the Circle returned to live stage on May 23 at the Coffee Butler Amphitheater in Key West, FL. They kicked off their set with “There’s Only One Way to Rock” and powered through a series of hits from Hagar’s career including solo material and songs from Van Halen. They also threw in covers like Led Zeppelin’s “Rock and Roll” and David Bowie’s “Heroes.”
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Sammy Hagar & The Circle Return To The Stage, Perform Seven Van Halen Songs [VIDEO]

Sammy Hagar & the Circle made their return to the stage in Key West, Florida this week and played over a handful of Van Halen songs. Hagar was joined by his Circle bandmates – Michael Anthony (bass), Jason Bonham (drums) and Vic Johnson (guitar) for their performance at the Key West Ampitheater on Sunday night. Of the 18 songs performed, seven were from Hagar’s days with Van Halen. Two came from 1986’s ‘5150’ album (“Good Enough”, “Why Can’t This Be Love”), one from 1988’s ‘OU812’ (“Finish What Ya Started”), three from 1991’s ‘For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge’ (“Poundcake”, “Top Of The World”, “Right Now”) with the remaining song “Humans Being” coming from the 1996 ‘Twister’ soundtrack.
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Sammy Hagar Honors ‘Real Heroes’ at First Post-COVID Concert

Sammy Hagar returned to the stage May 23 for a performance with his band the Circle in Key West, Fla. The Red Rocker remained active during the hiatus caused by COVID-19, regularly posting on social media and creating a series of streaming performances dubbed the Lockdown Sessions. Still, these activities couldn’t replace the special energy that comes with performing in front of an audience, and Hagar was clearly excited to celebrate the return of live music.