David Lee Roth: No Van Hagar Material on Tour

David Lee Roth said Van Halen won’t perform any of the Sammy Hagar era material.

He said there is a credibility issue with the Hagar material. Roth said that’s why the Sammy era albums sold half as well as his.

Roth said, “this hamburger don’t need no helper, ain’t no rehearsing pants in my closet.”

When it comes to new music, Roth doesn’t want to wait 10 years to release another album. He admitted everyone in the band has different work ethics and he spent the last two years living in Japan.

Lullaby Versions of Rob Zombie and Motorhead in Latest Twinkle Twinkle Little Rockstar Albums

Twinkle Twinkle Little Rock Star has released lullaby versions of Rob Zombie and Motorhead songs. Each album will feature six songs.

Zombie’s songs include “Superbeast,” Thunderkiss 65” and “Living Dead Girl.” “Dragula” is currently streaming on YouTube.

Motorhead’s songs include “Overkill” and “Iron Fist.” “Ace Of Spades” is currently streaming on YouTube.

Twinkle Twinkle Little Rock Star has released 135 albums featuring songs by pop, rock and metal musicians.


Faith No More release their first album in 18 years next week. Watch them perform “Superhero”, the first single off the new album, Sol Invictus and their cover of “Easy” on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. This was their first TV appearance in more than 20 years.

‘Every Song is Different': Def Leppard’s Joe Elliott Talks New Album [VIDEO]

Joe Elliot recently went on to VH1’s “That Metal Show” to discuss Def Leppard’s new album: ‘It’s all over the place. Every song is different from every other song. We’ve always aimed at that. We hit it for the first time on Hysteria, where we’d done an album that allowed us to go in any direction we wanted to — it wasn’t just purely hard rock or metal.’

Def Leppard will also be going on tour later this summer. You can catch them at The Starlight Theater in Kansas City with Styx and Tesla on August 11.

HBO Releases Extended Trailer for 2015 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Special [VIDEO]

Today, HBO released an extended trailer of the 2015 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, which the channel will air on May 30th. The clip includes interviews with Ringo Starr, Joan Jett and other new inductees; performers John Legend, Gary Clark Jr., Joe Walsh and Zac Brown also pop up to pay tribute to their heroes.

New footage includes Paul McCartney celebrating his Beatles bandmate Starr with his typical droll humor, which Starr mirrors in his interview with HBO. “You can’t get in until 25 years after you’ve had your first hit. Well I’m way passed that,” he cracks. “But here we are. Peace and love.” Joan Jett is also feted by Miley Cyrus, who thanks the Runaways star for “fighting for our freedom.” After, Jett notes that the ceremony (and her celebrity-packed superjam) brought her “back to the days when everyone was saying, ‘Girls can’t play rock and roll.'”

The 2015 ceremony, which was held on April 18 at Cleveland’s Public Hall, inducted Starr, Lou Reed, Green Day, Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble, and included collaborative performances by Dave Grohl, Stevie Wonder, Beck, Karen O and more. Grohl, Cyrus, Tommy James and Joan Jett and the Blackhearts jammed to “Crimson & Clover” and Wonder, Legend and Bill Withers played “Lean On Me,” according to Rolling Stone.

Watch the full, extended trailer above.


In the spirit of Mother’s Day yesterday, Halestorm revealed their new lyric video for their song “Dear Daughter.” The song and video have a powerful and uplifting message, accompanied by a piano-driven melody.

You can catch Halestorm at Rockfest in Kansas City on May 30 alongisde Rob Zombie, Volbeat, Anthrax, The Pretty Reckless and plenty more.