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The Boss appears onstage while holding a basketball and does a jump ball before launching into Van Halen's 1983 song during his first North American show in 2014.
Van Halen's tour in Japan, which is scheduled to kick off in November, is postponed to next year to give Eddie time to recuperate.
The lead guitarist of Van Halen insists that there's no internal conflict within the band, claiming that the 'A Different Kind of Truth' tour postponement was because of the scheduling issue.
The rocker, who plays in Chickenfoot with Michael Anthony, says of the tour trouble, 'I predicted this was going to happen a lot sooner. I lost money on that bet!'
Eddie Van Halen and his bandmates put on hold their concerts reportedly because they are fighting and 'arguing like mad.'
The reunited rock band give no room for the glum as they rock out and bring a lot of enthusiasm to the MSG which is jam-packed with their hardcore fans.
When an investigation about a home invasion leads to a shocking revelation about Detective Rollins, the newbie in the Special Victims Unit is threatened to lose her position.
The 'Set Fire to the Rain' hitmaker is expected to gain a boost from her Grammy performance, while the newly-reunited band are predicted to pull in 180,000 to 200,000 copies of their new album.
'Tattoo' is the first single from the band's first album with David Lee Roth since their classic album '1984'.
Eddie Van Halen, Alex Van Halen, David Lee Roth and Wolfgang Van Halen will kick off the tour on February 18, and will fill 'A Different Kind of Truth' with a total of 13 tracks.
David Lee Roth and the Van Halens didn't disappoint the crowd as they gave the first taste to their upcoming studio album and also delivered hit singles like 'Panama' and 'Hot for Teacher'.
Unveiled on a giant billboard, the artwork features a train from New York Central System with '2.7.12' attached on it.
The three Van Halens are going to reunite with the original lead singer of the band for a tour which tickets are going on sale starting January next year.
The band with frontman David Lee Roth reportedly plot a tour for next year as their manager Irving Azoff let the news slip in his capacity as Live Nation Ticketmaster chairman.
The rockers are currently working on their first studio album in more than two decades in 2011 along with original frontman David Lee Roth.