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CHICKENFOOT END LEAVES SATCH BEWILDERED

NEWS / MARTIN KIELTY / 24 JUL 2015

Guitarist thinks bandmates have decided new music is too difficult – and he can’t understand it
Joe Satriani believes his Chickenfoot bandmates have given up on writing another album because they think it’s too difficult. 247 more words

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JACK's Inside Track: Moondance Jam Day #1

Bummer for Nickelback fans, but the Red Rocker’s able steppin’ into his ol’ buddy Chad Kroeger’s shoes to rip it up tonight! See you there… 9 more words

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JACK's Inside Track: Sammy Hagar

Wanna find out who’s fillin’ the expensive shoes of Nickelback at Moondance Jam? Well, you’ve probably already figured it out by the looks of today’s subject above…listen to JACK anyway, huh? 9 more words

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Van Halen

I love Van Halen & their first four albums are some of the greatest hard rock / heavy metal albums ever made. I was lucky enough to had gone to see them on their first three headlining tours of the UK all at the Rainbow Theatre in north London in 78, 79 & 80. 72 more words

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Wolfgang Van Halen to replace Michael Anthony in Chickenfoot

According to a member of Van Halen’s road crew, Eddie Van Halen’s son Wolfgang has been tapped to replace Michael Anthony in Chickenfoot.

“Wolfie enjoys being in a band with his dad and uncle but didn’t realize what he was in for with David Lee Roth,” the roadie said late Wednesday. 68 more words

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Eddie Van Halen Responds to Michael Anthony Backlash with an Ultimatum

5150 Studios Burbank, CA

Eddie Van Halen is pissed. REAL pissed. Just days after Billboard magazine published an interview in which the guitarist commented on the lack of talent of his long time bassist Michael Anthony. 309 more words

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Gramercy Tavern

Gramercy Tavern was one of those highly anticipated restaurants on my list. Right next to the older brother, Eleven Madison Park.

Starting from the time when I just moved to the big city and had ever so shyly passed it by on my way to work, wondering if I’ll ever get the chance to be one of it’s happy diners, until when I read Danny Meyer’s book – Setting the table, where he discovers all the great love for food and hospitality on which Gramercy Tavern came to life. 729 more words

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