When Van Halen Started the Sammy Hagar Era With ‘5150’
The future of Van Halen might have appeared to be in doubt after David Lee Roth left the band in 1985, but they quickly rebounded with new singer Sammy Hagar.
Revisiting Van Halen’s Second Album, ‘Van Halen II’
"The '80s are coming and we're going to be the soundtrack. We're here to blow the bugles and jump on the horns and whistle it all in and usher it down the road and round the stretch and across the finish line."
The Troubled History of Van Halen’s ‘III’ With New Singer Gary Cherone
Van Halen's recording career hit its first major road bump with the release of 'III,' an album that debuted their third singer.
How Sammy Hagar’s ‘Unboxed’ LP Led to Van Halen’s Split
Sammy Hagar adds two new songs to a solo-career greatest hits collection, leading to a dispute with his Van Halen bandmates.
The Story of Van Halen’s Injury-Plagued ‘Balance’ Tour
Early 1995 found Van Halen heading back out on the road with a No. 1 album on the chart — but trouble was brewing.
Van Halen, the Cars + Others Featured in Classic Rock-Heavy Soundtrack for ‘Everybody Want…
Described as Richard Linklater's "spiritual sequel" to 'Dazed and Confused,' this new film follows a group of friends through their college adventures.
40 Years Ago: How Van Halen Conquered the World in Just 10 Shows
Excerpts from the book 'Van Halen Rising' show how the group won over fans across the world, while also impressing peers such as Journey and the Rolling Stones.
Update: Is David Lee Roth’s New Song a Farewell to Van Halen? Yes, Maybe
Tucked away inside the latest episode of David Lee Roth's 'Roth Show' was a mournful new song – and it's resulted in some ruminating among Van Halen fans.
Watch Michael Anthony Sing Van Halen Songs With Warrant’s Robert Mason
A concert by a Los Angeles DJ gave Michael Anthony a chance to sing some songs by his former band.
Sammy Hagar on Possible Van Halen Reunion: ‘We’ll See What Happens’
Sammy Hagar isn't confirming a reunion with Van Halen. But if you're inclined to read between the lines, there may just be something worth noting here.