Sammy Hagar recently took to his Instagram account and posted a video clip shot by himself lying inside a tank-like structure. He was wearing nasal cannula. He revealed that he was in a oxygen clinic where he was undergoing hyperbaric oxygen tank therapy. Wrapping up the video clip he said, “I’ll be young again.”
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Recently, Wolfgang Van Halen, who picked 11 albums with Classic Rock noted what shaped his path so far in his journey of music. He named Van Halen themselves and picked albums ‘Fair Warning’ which was released in 1981 and ‘Balance’ which was released in 1995. He also spoke about Sammy Hagar. Van Halen member recently rejected Summer Tour dates as well.
He noted that Van Halen played a major role in his music influence and also was part of his upbringing: “I’ve lived and breathed it my whole life. But I’ve kind of fudged, because I don’t think you can fully represent what Van Halen is without looking at both the Roth era and the Hagar era.”
He noted that ‘Fair Warning’, the Roth era album, is a very ‘special album’ to him. He believes ‘it’s a cult classic’. He then went on to speak about albums of Sammy Hagar era. Wolfgang said: “For the Hagar era, Balance was the album that meant a lot to me.
He added: “Technically I was alive for [1991’s] For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge, but Balance was the one that I kind of remember being around when it was happening. You could argue that For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge was a better album, but Balance, for me, means more. It’s more of a nostalgic thing. Sonically, it’s phenomenal-sounding album – it sounds incredible.”