Van Halen move at their own speed, so it's probably fitting that the band's official confirmation of its upcoming live album comes weeks after word of the project first leaked.
At this point, it's common knowledge that David Lee Roth's thirst for the spotlight was pretty much always a source of tension between the singer and his bandmates during the early days of Van Halen.
Recently, plans were announced for the first-ever live Van Halen album with David Lee Roth -- but was it the right one?
Van Halen’s reunion with David Lee Roth is incomplete without Michael Anthony.
Here's your latest reminder that Michael Anthony is awesome, courtesy of Rob Zombie guitarist John 5.
This week's Clash of the Titans matches a Van Halen song against...another Van Halen song.
Hard rock hadn’t really hatched a band like Van Halen before 1978.
Unlike most bands that have managed to stick around for decades, there's no real consensus on the Van Halen catalog.
Van Halen will release what the band is calling its "definitive live album" on March 31 -- the same date they're scheduled to begin a six-album remaster series with reissues of 'Van Halen' and '1984.'
Speculation on the possibility of a Van Halen live album has reached a fever pitch.