David Lee Roth Injures Nose During Van Halen's Performance on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!'
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The vocalist, who made his first U.S. TV appearance since rejoining the band in 2007, halted the Monday, March 30 performance to announce that he'd injured his nose with his microphone.

AceShowbiz - David Lee Roth had a minor incident when he and his Van Halen bandmates played a special concert on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" on Monday night, March 30. The vocalist, who made his first U.S. TV appearance since rejoining the group in 2007, halted their performance to announce that he'd injured his nose with his microphone.

Sporting a white bandage across his nose, Roth stopped the band during their song "Panama" and joked in front of the crowd, "How do I look? Like f**king Hiawatha, right?" He then started singing the song again from the beginning.

For the Monday concert on "Jimmy Kimmel Live", Van Halen had to close down Los Angeles' Hollywood Boulevard. In addition to "Panama" from their "1984" album, they played a number of their other hits including "Runnin' With the Devil" from their 1978 self-titled debut set and "Dance the Night Away" from 1979's "Van Halen II".

Van Halen played the concert to promote "Tokyo Dome Live in Concert", a live album they recorded during their "A Different Kind of Truth Tour". The band will shut down the Hollywood Boulevard again on Tuesday, the day the album is coming out, for the second of their two-day concert on "Kimmel".

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