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June 06, 2002
SAMMY TALKS TO ST. LOUIS

ST. LOUIS POST DISPATCH
June 6, 2002

SAMMY TALKS TO ST. LOUIS,
"THE MOST LOYAL CITY IN THE WORLD"

Compiled By Kevin C. Johnson Post-Dispatch Pop Music Critic

Red Rocker Sammy Hagar, staying true to giving just a little bit more to his
most loyal fans -- those in St. Louis -- agreed to something different to
pump up his concert Friday with David Lee Roth at UMB Bank Pavilion.

He took questions -- any question about anything -- from fans here. Redheads
responded eagerly to the invitation, posted on redrocker.com, to question

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June 05, 2002
David Lee Roth and Sammy Hagar

JUNE 5
CLEVELAND FREE TIMES
June 5-11, 2002

David Lee Roth and Sammy Hagar
Blossom Music Center | Wednesday, May 29

The David Lee Roth/Sammy Hagar concert was promoted more like a wrestling
match than a rock 'n' roll concert. Even before the start of the tour (which
kicked off at Blossom), you had Dave and Sammy on Howard Stern throwing more
mud than a monster truck rally and fueling rumors that the tour won't last,
not because of low attendance but because of conflict between the two
ex-Halen vocalists. In true Sam vs. Dave fashion, we've got two reviews, one

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June 04, 2002
Sam, Dave Bring Back Van Halen Memories

DAILY SOUTHTOWN
Sam, Dave bring back Van Halen memories
Tuesday, June 4, 2002
By Eloise Marie Valadez
Staff writer

It was as close to a Van Halen reunion as fans would get anytime soon.

Sammy Hagar and David Lee Roth landed their double-bill concert at the
Tweeter Center in Tinley Park on Saturday evening and led audience members
down a memory lane of two decades worth of rocking tunes.

Titled the "Sam and Dave" tour, the show placed each of the rockers in the
spotlight for a 90-minute segment of his signature music and Van Halen
favorites.

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June 03, 2002
Hagar Thrills; Roth's Out of Style

CHICAGO TRIBUNE

June 3, 2002

Frontmen sizzle and fizzle.

Everyman Hagar still thrills; Roth's flash out of style

By Brad Cawn
There's good news for disgruntled former Van Halen frontmen everywhere: If
David Lee Roth and Sammy Hagar can make amends, there's hope for the happily
washed-up rock star in all of us.

An interesting marriage of convenience was on display Saturday: an odd
couple with no love lost between them, who yet needed each other to fill out
an amphitheater the size of the Tweeter Center. They also needed Eddie Van

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June 03, 2002
Roth hot, Hagar solid in Van Halen classics

THE INDIANAPOLIS STAR
June 3, 2002

Roth hot, Hagar solid in Van Halen classics

By David Lindquist

The rock 'n' roll showdown between Sammy Hagar and David Lee Roth featured
heavy hits but no defeating blows Sunday night at Verizon Wireless Music
Center.

So, because neither of the ex-Van Halen vocalists stumbled, any selection of
a "winner" remains open for debate.

Hagar, who drew the closing assignment for this date on a tour of
alternating headliners, turned in a technically flawless performance and

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