Van Halen's Slot of Gig Stolen by Velvet Revolver



Cancelling their presence in the forthcoming Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Van Halen has been replaced by Velvet Revolver.

With the constantly changing front man and no near future recording plan for rock band Van Halen, the band has confirmed its cancellation to participate in Rock and Roll Hall of Fame supposedly mapped on May 12, 2007 in Waldorf-Astoria Hotel.

The empty slot will be filled in by Velvet Revolver with lead vocalist Scott Weiland and guitarist Slash speaking on behalf of the band. Releasing the upcoming album "Libertad" later this year, the band is very much the more available and prepared candidate for the festival.

Neither David Lee Roth nor Sammy Hagar, the two on and off vocalists of Van Halen, have been reported of having a plan to attend the event, let alone joining Velvet Revolver on stage.

© AceShowbiz.com


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