Van Halen , rare photo of Van Halen, making an in-store appearance at a record store in 1978

Van Halen, saw this band many times. Met Alex and also Eddie's wife and son later. Had to restrain from telling them I was the go to girl for Van Halen logos on everyone's folders at my high school .

I really like Van Halen, this was the first concert that I went to in 2004.  While I like all of the songs I prefer Sammy Hagar to David Lee Roth

I really like Van Halen, this was the first concert that I went to in While I like all of the songs I prefer Sammy Hagar to David Lee Roth

Van Halen-1984: cover art by Margo Zafer Nahas,"The band had a somewhat nebulous idea having to do with four dancing chrome women.As Eddie and Alex Van Halen and David Lee Roth looked over my work they came across a painting I had done for a more personal project, an angel holding a cigarette. For the group, it was like love at first sight and the rest turned out to be album cover history.

35 Beautiful Music Album Covers

"Jump" is a song released on December 1983 by the American rock group Van Halen.Rock and Roll,,Van Halen - Jump.

Eddie Van Halen photographed by Chrissy Olsen in Studio City, California on May 29, 2015.

Billboard Cover: Eddie Van Halen on Surviving Addiction, Why He's Still Making Music and What He Really Thinks of David Lee Roth (and Other Past Van Halen Bandmates)

Eddie Van Halen's • Iconic 'FRANKENSTRAT' featuring a "22 fret Kramer neck". This original Stratocaster was artistically designed and created by Edward Van Halen himself. While performing in Van Halen, Eddie's homemade "Axe" was widely recognized; swiftly soaring to a legendary status! He decided to team-up with Fender Musical Instruments, whom put forth the production of his historic "Strat". A replica of this outstanding 'FRANKENSTRAT' is currently housed in the American History Museum in…

Eddie Van Halen's ~ "Frankenstrat" ~ pictured with 22 fret Kramer neck. Eddie created this Stratocaster himself, it was made by Fender Musical Instruments. A copy of the "Frankenstrat" is currently housed in the American History Museum in Washington, D.

Eddie Van Halen. Such a little babe back in the day. When I used to play "House" with other girls, he was usually my imaginary hubby.

Remember the time you first heard Van Halen's first album? That's when shit got real, eh?

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