Van Halen offers an intimate concert in New York

NEW YORK, U.S. – A few weeks before the launch of his album, Van Halen took place in a small room in New York to an audience who had to play the elbow close to hear hit songs like “Jump “and” Panama. ”

The show was held Thursday night at the legendary Cafe Wha? in the West Village in New York. David Lee Roth said it was “more nervous about this performance that (he) would be” for a concert at Madison Square Garden.

He was accompanied on stage by Eddie Van Halen on guitar, the latter’s brother, Alex Van Halen on drums, and Eddie Van Halen’s son, Wolfgang, who played bass.

The band will release “A Different King of Truth” on February 7. This will be a debut album with David Lee Roth as lead singer for “1984”.

The concert tour will begin in February.

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