3 weeks before David Lee Roth split from Van Halen (March 7, 1985).
11/28/1984 David Lee Roth Interview with Lisa Robinson. Dave talks about the upcoming EP release, Crazy From The Heat, and briefly touches on some of the recording process compared to a Van Halen record.
Post date is a loose estimate “David Lee Roth” By: Lisa Robinson Rock Video Magazine (July 1984) He’s the front man for one of rock’s most spectacular bands – Van Halen – and he’s nothing short of shocking. Since the last time David Lee Roth and I got together to talk, Van Halen had a #1 […]
Rolling Stone article: http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/van-halens-split-personality-rolling-stones-1984-feature-19840621 It’s a cold March day in Cincinnati. Snow is drifting up against the back door, wind is seeping through the windows, and David Lee Roth is on a picnic. This is his outfit: a hooded sweat shirt with polar bears all over it, a red down vest, a pair of jungle-animal-skin […]
David, Alex and Michael interview, taking fan calls in 1982 on Rockline
July 30, 1982 – a couple weeks into the tour for Diver Down, Eddie talks to Jas Obrecht for Guitar Player Magazine. Ed talks about the new album and defends all the cover songs … “They’re good fuckin’ songs, why shouldn’t they be redone the way we do ’em for a new generation of people” […]
Eddie Van Halen made his first Guitar World cover appearance with the January 1981 issue. The cover asked readers if the young EVH was the world’s greatest guitarist, while the original headline dubbed him The New King of Heavy Metal Guitar. Here’s part one of the interview. Just give me some of that rock ‘n’ roll […]
“Young Wizard of Power Rock” By: Jas Obrecht Guitar Player (April 1980) Very few guitarists have had as intense an impact in as short a time as Eddie Van Halen. The sparkplug of the band that bears his family name, he exploded into ears around the world in February 1978 with the release of Van Halen. On this […]
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