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.
Joe Satriani Says Chickenfoot Are Working on a New Song
It sounds like we haven't heard the last of Chickenfoot.
Joe Satriani Wants to Get a 'Couple More Records' Out of Chickenfoot
Sammy Hagar has his doubts about the future of Chickenfoot, the hard rock supergroup he fronts alongside bassist Michael Anthony, guitarist Joe Satriani and drummer Chad Smith.
Sammy Hagar Explains Chickenfoot's Recording Future
Last week, Sammy Hagar hinted in an interview that Chickenfoot -- the band he's in with guitarist Joe Satriani, bassist Michael Anthony and drummer Chad Smith -- may be over.
Sammy Hagar Thinks Chickenfoot Are Finished, but He's Open to the Right Kind of Van Halen Reunion
The soft market for new albums from veteran rock acts may have put an end to one of Sammy Hagar's many projects, but he'll never say never when it comes to reuniting with Van Halen.
Joe Satriani: Chickenfoot's Next Studio Record Is 'In The Pipeline'
Joe Satriani says that a new Chickenfoot record will happen.
Sammy Hagar On Finding His 'Personal Jesus' + The Status Of The New Chickenfoot Album
We spoke with Sammy Hagar about his cover of Depeche Mode's 'Personal Jesus' and the status of the new Chickenfoot album.
'Stop Impersonating Me!' - Chad Smith Challenges Will Ferrell to Drum Battle
Red Hot Chili Peppers and Chickenfoot drummer Chad Smith has finally had enough of someone else cashing in on his fame and good looks -- and he's taking strong action to make it stop.
Chickenfoot, Night Ranger and Mr. Big Members Join Benefit Concert
Members of Chickenfoot, Night Ranger and Mr. Big will appear during a special sold-out benefit concert for Sammy Hagar's drummer, David Lauser, whose wife is battling a deadly form of cancer.