Due to members of touring personnel testing positive for the virus that caused the worldwide pandemic, Mammoth WVH has canceled the remaining six dates of the ‘Young Guns’ tour. The dates affected include the most recent tour date which was April 5th in Raleigh, North Carolina at The Ritz. The other dates impacted include April 6 in Charlotte, North Carolina, April 8th in Nashville, Tennessee, April 9 in Dothan, Alabama, April 10 in Orlando, Florida, and April 12 in Orlando, Florida. However, it should be noted that refunds are available for anyone that would be interested. This big name was wanted for one of Van Halen’s tour.
However, fans of Mammoth WVH are in luck as the act will be hitting the road in the spring. Those cities and dates can be seen below.
Apr. 29 – Tucson, AZ – Pima County Fair
May 10 – Billings, MT – MetraPark Arena
May 11 – Casper, WY – Ford Wyoming Center
May 13 – Council Bluffs, IA – Stir Cove
May 14 – Wichita, KS – The Wave
May 15 – Springfield, MO – Gilloz Theatre
May 17 – Chattanooga, TN – The Signal
May 18 – Charleston, SC – Music Farm
May 19 – Daytona Beach, FL – Welcome To Rockville
May 21 – Maryland Heights, MO – Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre – Pointfest
In other related news, after failing to win a Grammy award for ‘Best Rock Song’ after being nominated for his track, ‘Distance’, Wolf Van Halen discussed not disappointment but how grateful he was to be nominated.
The son of Eddie Van Halen would proclaim: “Such an honor to be nominated for the first song I ever released on my own, in a category with artists I’ve looked up to my entire life. I don’t know if that’ll ever fully set in.
“Pop didn’t win the first time he was nominated too, so it looks like I’m following in his footsteps quite nicely,” he continued. Who knows what the future holds. All I know is I’m feeling pretty damn grateful. What a wild experience this was.
He concluded: “Thank you to the recording academy for the recognition, and thank YOU for the support. Y’all mean the world to me.”