Eddie Van Halen Wife Leaks Sad New Performance Video


Eddie Van Halen‘s wife Janie has uploaded an embarrassing video of her trying to hip hop dance for the first time. Janie claims she looks dumb, but she looks great to us! Eddie Van Halen’s family recently discussed a ‘sick’ video.

Janie wrote, “Trying #hiphop dance for the very first time 😂😂😂 No matter how dumb I may look, I’m not afraid to try new things. #justdoit #trysomethingnew #whitegirldancing #holygrail.”

Van Squalen on VHLinks.com recently discussed the differences in how Eddie Van Halen wrote songs with David Lee Roth, Sammy Hagar, and Gary Cherone. He said, “Most of us would probably agree that most if not all EVH compositions are executed expertly…with a scant few possible exceptions on balance and 3.

Keyboard and synth VH tracks are of course written at the top level. What ails an off-kilter VH track, 9 times outta 10, are the choice of vocals, or lack thereof, be it lead vox harmonies or choruses, in rare instances a few backing vox harmonies. Lyrics never kill a VH track for me, I don’t care what Sam or Dave is yakking about, as long as their harmonies are flowing with the instrumentation.

To wit…LOC and why I can’t like it. While a perfectly awesome tune by the power trio, the ‘SOS’ chorals tank it for me. LWI’s constant tenor octaves, the whole 80’s ballad tone, just kills it.

Putting aside 3, which as we know has a vast array of vocal issues primarily driven by Ed’s brickwall compression of Gary’s strained out of range vox, there’s a number of VH songs that suffer from poor mixes of vocal harmonies, especially with choruses, but a few leads and backing bridges as well. IAT and LTS are good examples. CGTSNM. Bullethead. HBSD. SOI. BFM. Spanked. HOP. PW. PD. All those tracks suffer from off choices in voice harmonies.” Eddie Van Halen being disrespected by Journey and Steve Perry was revealed last week.