Formed by the all-star rock team of Sammy Hagar, Joe Satriani, Michael Anthony and Chad Smith, Chickenfoot trade off the members' long careers, whether it's the interplay between former Van Halen cohorts Hagar and Anthony or the stinging whip guitar god Satriani lays on top of the solid rhythm section anchored by Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Smith. The band has released two albums so far, with its self-titled debut climbing all the way to No. 4 on the chart in 2009. In addition to the two studio albums in their discography, Chickenfoot released a live album, 'LV,' in 2012.
Sammy Hagar Solo and Band Albums Ranked Worst to Best
Whether on his own or with Van Halen, Montrose, Chickenfoot or HSAS, he rarely takes his foot off the pedal.
Joe Satriani: Chickenfoot Is a 'Band of Separate People'
In an exclusive interview with UCR, guitarist admits he's surprised the band survived and finished its first album.
10 Years Ago: Chickenfoot Hit Their Stride With 'Chickenfoot III'
"It just seems ridiculous that we didn't do more," laments Joe Satriani.
Joe Satriani’s Tricks for Surviving Chickenfoot Rehearsals
Guitarist aims to turn up late, and says only Sammy Hagar should arrive later.
Joe Satriani: New LP Inspired by Urge to Do 'Something Different'
As guitarist Joe Satriani launches into the beginning of another new year, it’s no surprise to find him already juggling a large load of projects and commitments.
Joe Satriani Is 'Feeling Very Positive' About a Chickenfoot Reunion in 2018
The members of Chickenfoot have spent much of the past five years focusing on their many other musical endeavors.
Watch Chickenfoot's Video for 'Divine Termination': Exclusive Premiere
Just a few days after sending their new single "Divine Termination" to streaming services, Chickenfoot have premiered the song's official video.
Chickenfoot Add New Song and Live Tracks to Best-Of Collection
"Divine Termination" is the first new song in five years from Chickenfoot.
Chickenfoot Planning One-Off Spring Concert, With New Song in the Works
Chickenfoot's long layoff between studio albums seems likely to continue for the foreseeable future, but fans may get a taste of new music this year — and at least one glimpse of the band onstage.