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Submitted by: "Van Halen Rocks"

Van Halen 2004

Sammy Hagar was really amazing, he sung a lot of his own material and even some of David Lee Roths stuff, but even though Sammy Hagar was the singer, I have to commend Eddie Van Halen and Mike Anthony for filling in a lot of the vocals for Jump" and "Panama", as well as the Back up vocals. Of course the vocals weren't the main focus, there was also guitar legend Eddie Van Halen, his super drummer brother Alex Van Halen, and the master basser Mike Anthony, they all had solos and they were all amazing, especally Alex Van Halen's drum solo.

All in all, it was a great rock show. Keep on Rockin Van Halen


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