Eddie Van Halen Certificate After Death Revealed


Eddie Van Halen‘s naturalization certificate has surfaced after his death, with four new Van Halen albums being detailed yesterday.

Van Halen’s Petition for Naturalization was filed in the U.S. District Court in Los Angeles on October 2, 1978, just as Van Halen were rising to become one of the biggest bands in the United States. The Eddie Van Halen death certificate has fortunately not surfaced, and a Naturalization certificate is definitely a better way to remember the rock icon’s great life!

Eddie Van Halen was born on January 26, 1955 in Nijmegen, Netherlands. In 1962 the Van Halen family moved to Pasadena, California in the United States, and the rest is history!

Iron Maiden’s Adrian Smith said today in an interview with The Metal Voice that Eddie Van Halen and Jimi Hendrix had a bigger impact on the guitar than anyone else.

“Probably him and Jimi Hendrix, certainly in my lifetime, have had the biggest effect on the electric guitar. I loved his playing, although when he came out, I had already been playing five or six years.

If I had been starting out when I heard him, I would have just copied him, like 99 percent of the other guitarists did. But, yeah, he was fantastic. I’d love to have met him. I came close a couple of times, but I never met him. And I love his guitar sound. If I’ve got a guitar and an amp and I’m just trying to get a sound, I’d probably use him as a reference point.” Sammy Hagar recently apologized for posting about an Eddie Van Halen photo.