How Van Halen's Chain Smoking Inspired ‘Best of Both Worlds’
Sammy Hagar recalls “craziest songwriting experience” in shower.
Sammy Hagar Recalls the Time David Lee Roth 'Flipped Out' on Tour
Single incident took place during joint tour in 2002.
Van Halen: Last Great, Last Good, First Bad Album Roundtable
Our writers look back at the band's catalog.
David Lee Roth Says ‘Hair Bands Were Imitations of Van Halen’
Singer says his group’s success led to copycat acts who resorted to “gimmickry and trade crap.”
How Van Morrison Gave Van Halen Producer Ted Templeman His Start
He remains grateful for singer’s patience and Ronnie Montrose’s spirit during 'Tupelo Honey' sessions.
See First Footage of David Lee Roth's Twin-Guitar Las Vegas Band
Singer warmed up his band in front of some invited guests.
35 Years Ago: Eddie Van Halen Scores Film 'The Wild Life'
The score was never officially released, making it some of the rarest material of the guitarist's career.
David Lee Roth Takes Most of the Credit for Van Halen's Success
The frontman insists he not only wrote the band's songs, but structured their guitar solos, designed album covers and much, much more.
David Lee Roth Explains Where Van Halen’s ‘Arrogance’ Came From
Singer says band’s work ethic came out of years of preparation and that he started getting ready for Las Vegas residency 11 months ago.