Van Halen

36 Years Ago Van Halen Goes Nationwide
This week in 1978, after being released a month earlier to the world , Van Halen's self-titled debut album finally made it on to the music charts. The album would make it up to #11 and in the process, at last count sell over 10 million copies.
30 Years Ago: Van Halen Debut ‘Jump’ Video
By waiting until January 1984 to release their '1984' LP, Van Halen broke an impressive one-album-a-year streak that dated back to 1978 -- but they made up for it by picking up their first No. 1 single in the U.S. with the record's lead-off single, 'Jump.'
David Lee Roth Offers Timetable for New Van Halen Album
It was 14 years between Van Halen's last two albums (or even longer if you don't want to count the Gary Cherone debacle), but it seems like we won't have to wait nearly as long for new music from them again. In a new interview, David Lee Roth says that they could have something ready …
Michael Anthony Takes the High Road, Praises Wolfgang Van Halen
It's been great having Van Halen back in action with David Lee Roth in recent years, but the dark cloud hanging over their reunion has been the absence of original bassist Michael Anthony, who was exiled in favor of Eddie Van Halen's son Wolfgang. Don't expect to hear any sour grapes …
‘Hot for Teacher’ Lawsuit Dismissed
The lawsuit brought by a former Oakland University (Mich.) student suspended for basing an essay on Van Halen's 'Hot for Teacher' has been resolved. A federal court judge has dismissed Joseph Corlett's suit, ruling that his speech was not protected by the First Amendment.

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