Like the histories of all great rock bands, Van Halen’s past includes some landmark dates.
David Lee Roth overcame a self-inflected nose bashing during Van Halen's special performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! — and the second half of the band's set is now online.
David Lee Roth started Van Halen's performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! yesterday with some new hair on his recently shorn head, and finished it with a new bandage on his face.
On March 27, 1986, the city of Shreveport, La., bore witness to the very first public performance of Van Halen MKII.
Van Halen fans have early access to a couple more minutes from the band's new Tokyo Dome Live in Concert LP, courtesy of a freshly posted preview stream of the album's version of "Pretty Woman."
The news that Van Halen will perform over two nights on ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live caps an interesting history of late-night television appearances by the group and its members.
Van Halen broke the hard-rock mold with their self-titled debut and its quickly released follow-up, Van Halen II.
Van Halen have announced a massive 2015 North American tour.
With just a few days remaining until Van Halen release Tokyo Dome Live in Concert on March 31, the band has posted a new preview from the album.
Led Zeppelin's John Bonham takes on Alex Van Halen of Van Halen in Ultimate Classic Rock's March Drum Madness.