Van Halen re-emerged from a long hiatus with a short, sweaty and generally fantastic concert at a small club in New York City tonight (Jan. 5). They also premiered a brand-new and extremely catchy song, ‘She’s the Woman,’ halfway through their set.
David Lee Roth of Van Halen granted a couple of big exclusive news scoops to some autograph seekers last night (Jan. 4) in New York City — specifically, the name of the band’s long-awaited new album and the dates when they’ll be performing in the Big Apple as part of their upcoming tour.
It's been nearly 30 years since the David Lee Roth version of Van Halen has graced a stage in Buffalo. That wait could be coming to an end now that the band has announced that they will tour in 2012, with the first tickets going on sale Jan. 10, 2012. No word yet on if there will be a Buffalo show, but we can guarantee that a DJ won't have to live in a van until they agree to play a show in Buffalo. If Van Halen decides to come, they've already made that decision. Plus, Jack FM DJ's have been living in a Van for the last 6 years and it hasn't made a difference.
If, like us, you sat patiently through a fast-paced barrage of pop and modern country music awaiting Van Halen‘s appearance at the Grammy nominations show last night, well, you pretty much wasted your time.
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