For much of the northern hemisphere, Jan. 28, 1985 was a typically bone-chilling, mid-winter day, but maybe not so much if they dared venture outdoors to snap up a copy of ‘Crazy from the Heat.’
David Lee Roth
The spring and summer of 1986 bore witness to one of the most hostile public airings of dirty laundry in rock and roll history, courtesy of Van Halen and their recently departed lead vocalist, David Lee Roth, whom they had of course recently replaced with successful solo artist, Sammy Hagar.
How many karate kicks has David Lee Roth done while the cameras were rolling?
For years, David Lee Roth's hair has been as memorable as his outfits -- from the flowing mane of the multi-colored '80s to the parted look of his more recent cover-alls era.
Well, that escalated quickly.
On his next album, guitarist Jason Becker may revisit an important chapter of his past.
Diamond Dave sends us all holiday greetings from his tiki bunker.
It's well known that David Lee Roth took issue with Eddie Van Halen's growing fondness for keyboards during the sessions for Van Halen's '1984' album.
Billy Idol guitarist Steve Stevens explains how he almost joined David Lee Roth's solo band.
With the sad news today that comedy legend Joan Rivers has died, we've decided to take a look back at the first episode of her late-night TV show, when she was visited by not one but two rock legends: David Lee Roth and Elton John.