In an interview last summer, Van Halen singer David Lee Rose Yes “CBS Sunday Morning” Correspondent Tracy Smith About how he became an artist and social commentator trained in Japanese ink painting sumi-e, he called it “graphic therapy.” The part that aired this morning (Sunday, October 18) can now be viewed below.
Rear Eddie Van Halen (Eddie Van Halen)His death was announced on October 6. Rose Tweet to take a picture of him, Eddie In the backstage of an undisclosed place, he wrote a simple headline: “What a long journey this is.”
Past July Rose Said he didn’t know Van Halen Will tour again.He said New York Times: “I don’t even want to say that I have already waited-I have Supported Five years. Because what I do is physical, musical and spiritual-you can’t leave the ring for five years. But I did it. I do not regret it. He is a teammate. We have a colleague down. And he has fallen down long enough now that I don’t know he will come back again. Do you want to listen to classics? You are talking to him. “
Eddie Died at the age of 65. He had been battling throat cancer and died in a hospital in Santa Monica, California, surrounded by friends and family. TMZ.His second wife survived Jennybrothers Alex And son Wolfgang.
Van Hellen The company has been inactive since completing its U.S. tour in Los Angeles, California, in October 2015.
At the beginning of 2019, rumors spread Van Halen It will be reunited for the first time since 1984.It is not clear why this tour did not happen, although there have been rumors online that health Eddie Van Halen (Eddie Van Halen) May be responsible.
This March Rose Due to the coronavirus pandemic, his last six performances in Las Vegas were postponed.
Rose As the opening performance of the North American tour in February/March. kissof “The End of the Road” farewell party.
As early as September 2019, Rose Said there is no plan Van Halen Do anything in the foreseeable future. “I think Van HellenFinished, this is the next stage. “He refers to his personal projects.
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