Sammy Hagar and Friends
Sammy Hagar - Street Machine [CD]
Sammy Hagar - Musical Chairs [CD]
Read the book Sammy Hagar calls "kick-ass, balls to the wall rock n roll cranked to ear-bleed levels." Many people drink, few do it professionally. My name is Dan Dunn and I consume alcohol for a living. That's right. I get paid to run around boozing, carousing, and getting into all manner of trouble, all in the name of covering the "adult beverage beat" for one of the most iconic brands on the planet, Playboy.
(Guitar World Presents). No musical entity has been more closely associated with Guitar World magazine over the years than Edward Van Halen the man who, in the late seventies and early eighties, changed the course of guitar history. This collection of classic and new interviews with the great Edward tells the real story behind his earth-shaking technique, brilliant songwriting, and relationship with both David Lee Roth and Sammy Hagar.
Heart's Ann and Nancy Wilson returned to their hometown of Seattle to stage a celebration of the Christmas season, gathering a few of their friends to join them in singing holiday classics, personal favorites and some of their own hits. Special guests Shawn Colvin, Sammy Hagar, Richard Marx and Pat Monahan from Train joined Heart for this once-in-a-lifetime concert, which was taped on Dec.
Sammy Hagar-legendary lead singer of Van Halen, founder of the Cabo Wabo Tequila brand, and one of rock music's most notoriously successful performers-tells his unforgettable story in this one-of-a-kind autobiography of a life at the top of the charts. From his decade-long journey alongside Eddie Van Halen to his raucous solo career with Chickenfoot and everything in between-the drugs, groupies, and excesses of fame, the outrageous stadium tours, and the thrill of musical innovation-Hagar reveals all in this treasure trove of rock-and-roll war stories.
Wandering into a bar in Mexico with her husband, Pat Walker is hoping to enjoy a rock concert by a famous singer previously unknown to her-but something frightening and wonderful happens instead. In the midst of the cheering fans and screaming guitars, s