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David Lee Roth goes country


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The guys in his band have changed, but David Lee Roth hasn't too much. The blond mane and leather pants are gone from his days fronting the seminal rock group Van Halen in the 1980s.

But Roth's boisterous personality is still intact. He was in town recently to promote his latest project, a bluegrass tribute to his former band called Strummin' With the Devil: The Southern Side of Van Halen, and he seemed every bit the David Lee Roth of old - a wisecracking cross between Robin Williams and Wolfman Jack.

more here........

http://www.smh.com.au/news/music/lee-roth-...9359716529.html

Country crooner ... David Lee Roth......... :)

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The guys in his band have changed, but David Lee Roth hasn't too much. The blond mane and leather pants are gone from his days fronting the seminal rock group Van Halen in the 1980s.

But Roth's boisterous personality is still intact. He was in town recently to promote his latest project, a bluegrass tribute to his former band called Strummin' With the Devil: The Southern Side of Van Halen, and he seemed every bit the David Lee Roth of old - a wisecracking cross between Robin Williams and Wolfman Jack.

more here........

http://www.smh.com.au/news/music/lee-roth-...9359716529.html

Country crooner ... David Lee Roth......... :)

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yeah, well do you expect anything different from him :P :P

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Sounds like he going to fill the vaccum created by the Dixie Chick's departure. ;)

j/k :lol:

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And here is his county fried lickin' good version of Van Halen's 'Jump', courtesy of

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He shoulda stuck to radio :lol:

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And here is his county fried lickin' good version of Van Halen's 'Jump', courtesy of

Stereogum

He shoulda stuck to radio :lol:

i listened to it... :o ....sorry dave...not a good career move... :(

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heard him live on some show that was on today, he sang JUMP and it was AWFUL, i swear there were banjos playing, didn't see the show just heard it as i was in the kitchen doin dishes it was really bad :laught16::laught16::laught16::laught16:

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He still has a career?

:icon_mad:

:blink::blink: no career for david, sorry, but not a chance :thumbsdown::thumbsdown::thumbsdown:

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