Classic rock interviews with the late guitarist Ronnie Montrose, plus original Montrose singer/songwriter Sammy Hagar who takes a personal look back at the first Montrose album, widely cited by members of Van Halen to Def Leppard as the missing link in the evolution of hard rock. That album and the follow-up, Paper Money , have […]
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For over four decades, Sammy Hagar has answered the bell and come out swinging: from co-writing and belting out the songs on that first classic Montrose album in 1973, to a decade of undercard matches night after night as a solo bandleader. Finally breaking through to an arena headliner in the mid-Eighties with million sellers […]
Sammy Hagar live from Cabo Wabo Cantina with a smoking medley of “Marching to Mars/ There’s Only One Way to Rock”…
It is the 35th anniversary of the pivotal album in Sammy Hagar’s long career, “Standing Hampton”…
In 1985,the shock of David Lee Roth’s announcement that he was leaving the lead singer slot of America’s most popular band ,Van Halen, was equaled (but not eclipsed)by the band’s announcement that multi-platinum rocker Sammy Hagar had agreed to fill the role.How did that musical merger happen?…(more)
Sammy Hagar is celebrating his birthday with a series of performances at his Cabo Wabo Cantina in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Here is a smoking medley of “Marching to Mars/ There’s Only One Way to Rock” from there in May 1997. –Redbeard
That essential Montrose debut, the second album Paper Money, and an all-new Ronnie Montrose posthumous release 10×10 will be explored by the late guitarist plus Sammy Hagar, who sang on that hard rock debut and co-wrote half of its songs, the week of September 25. –Redbeard
Joe Satriani interview on “Surfing with the Alien” 30th anniversary.
In memoriam: the echoes of David Bowie, Glenn Frey, Chris Squire of YES, & Chris Cornell. Hour one.
One of the most unlikely reunions in rock history wrapped up May 6 2005 when Cream performed the final of four nights at London’s Royal Albert Hall.