The Eddie Trunk Podcast – Sammy Hagar

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June 18, 2015 at 11:37 am Quote #46009

ron
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http://podcastone.com/pg/jsp/program/episode.jsp?programID=658&pid=515312

On this this week’s exclusive interview on The Eddie Trunk Podcast, Sammy Hagar breaks the news of his latest battle with his former Van Halen bandmates. In addition to explaining his side of the feud and how these issues have escalated, The Red Rocker also talks his latest Cabo ventures, Chickenfoot, Joe Satriani, and more on this special episode!

[actual interview starts around 14:30]


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June 18, 2015 at 11:51 am Quote #46011

sickman
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Sam claims Eddie and Alex are trying to legally stop him from performing the Hagar era tunes. He said for Live at Daryl’s House they wanted to do a couple VH tunes but The Van Halens issues a cease order to them.
Also the usual Eddie Trunk sucking Sam’s ass BS


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June 18, 2015 at 12:08 pm Quote #46013

voodoo
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sickman: Sam claims Eddie and Alex are trying to legally stop him from performing the Hagar era tunes. He said for Live at Daryl’s House they wanted to do a couple VH tunes but The Van Halens issues a cease order to them. Also the usual Eddie Trunk sucking Sam’s ass BS

LOL! It’s so strange to me that VH would issue a cease and disist for Hagar playing those tunes. I’ll be interested in hearing how that pans out.


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June 18, 2015 at 1:03 pm Quote #46016

voodoo
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I just went and checked out the samples from the Circle’s live CD. “Right Now” sounded OK (but the sample didn’t get to the guitar solo) and I liked the acoustic version of “Dreams”. Other than that, I didn’t care for the other Van Halen songs. Not taking anything away from Jason at all. He’s a great drummer, but I don’t think those songs sounded better or had “more energy” vs. the original ’93 versions. They SHOULD have sounded more energetic, since the ’93 release was, as we all know and Sam admitted, rerecorded in the studio, so the spontaneity and energy was lost. I thought the songs sounded slow and plodding, but, to steal a line from Dennis Miller, “That’s just my opinion. I could be wrong.” ;)


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