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May 13, 2011 by theeditor 
Carter...Just Carter
Carter...Just Carter

I found this article written by Bob Lefsetz at

I thought it was a great touching tribute to Sammy's manager Carter, who passed away a few days ago.

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May 12, 2011 by murmur 
A Statement from Murmur Films and the United States of Cabo documentary project...

For those of you that know all of the drama and disappointment I have faced for the past two years, especially this past week or so surrounding my documentary “United States of Cabo” and Sammy Hagar’s management, will know the name John Carter. For John was Sammy Hagar’s longtime manager, my main contact with Sammy’s camp and the main thorn in the side of the USOC. I understand the business of rock and roll management representing the underbelly to all the glamour and excitement that we as fans see on stage night after night, something that John was at the forefront of for Sammy Hagar.

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May 11, 2011 by murmur 

It has been a tough road for my documentary on Redheads since I began this project almost two years ago. There has been disappointment and more drama than I could have ever imagined, yet I press on. The amazing love and support for my film has been overwhelming and I am reminded of this each and every day by the heartfelt emails, messages and phone calls of support from Redheads from around the globe. I am reminded that, without real drama, there would be no backbone to my story... guess everything happens for a reason. So despite various setbacks, the USOC is back stronger than ever!

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May 10, 2011 by Starchild 
The Love Of The Red Rocker!

Been a long time Hagar fan since around 1978. First time seeing Sammy was at the Stockton Civic in 1980. Man, what a show. Red jumpsuit and all. I remember he had around three guitar players with him, didn't understand that. The Electric Church was awesome that night.

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May 10, 2011 by TomS1230 
Red the book

Read Sammy's book in one night. Enough has been said about the VH years. To me the best parts of the book are about Sammy's rise to the Red Rocker and what he's been doing after VH. Being the music geek that I am I would love to have read more about recording details of his albums, maybe that will be the next book :) \m/

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