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  1. #113


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    Let's hear what Chris Holmes thinks about Eddie Van Halen...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Drew View Post
    When I first heard EVH had brought his son into the band as a bassist I figured he was just being another rockstar prima donna. I may even have been right. But, everything I've seen of Wolfgang has really left me with the impression that the kid's head is screwed on straight - most recently, tht EVH/Billie Eiliosh thing, I thought he handled with almost shocking maturity. If the EVH brand is going to continue after Eddie, he's as good a guy to trust it with as any, I think.
    It may have been on E.V.H's part at the time but you could tell he really loved his son. I tend to forget his own signature model is named after him and 316 is Wolfie's birthday.

    I think his parents raised him right with the maturity he has but you know he has seen his Dad/Mom struggle. They both seemed to be fully invested into his life as odd I'm sure it was at times. Because to me, he almost seems like any of us really kind of like how Slash is. He grew up around it, so none of it is a big deal to him and I mean, how would it be growing up to know your Dad is pretty much the greatest Rock guitarist of all time and it pretty much ends with him. I'm sure eventually you just get used to it.
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    Some of you might have seen this. Epic performance in every way, really worth watching. Especially "Eruption". Mindblowing!

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    Remember when you were a kid and dreamed of finding buried treasure? I think every Van Halen fan just found some.
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    Quote Originally Posted by playstopause View Post
    Some of you might have seen this. Epic performance in every way, really worth watching. Especially "Eruption". Mindblowing!




    Well this is amazing and correct.

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    Watching this is like watching Pantera's set in Moscow: the band is on fire, the vocalist blows.
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    Tomorrow never comes.
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    Can't you see the writing in the air?
    Die young, gonna die young,
    Someone stopped the fair.

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