vs_baronin (vs_baronin) wrote,

Возвращение Van Halen: неясно, радоваться или печалиться

Поздно уже, и лень мне переводить – потому читайте, как отреагировал на это наконец-то свершившееся событие создатель и креативный директор Web-сайта MelodicRock.com Энди МакНис, пусть даже в тексте имеется одно противоречие. Ну и на картинку поглядите заодно…

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Captured at an undisclosed venue in Los Angeles, are (L-R) Alex Van Halen; Wolfgang Van Halen; Eddie Van Halen; Jimmy Iovine, Chairman, Interscope Geffen A&M Records; Irving Azoff, Executive Chairman of Live Nation Entertainment and Chairman and CEO of the Front Line Management Group; Steve Berman, Vice Chairman, Interscope Geffen A&M Records; David Lee Roth; and Jim Urie, President and CEO, Universal Music Group Distribution.

So there you have it folks… the first new Van Halen picture since 2008… taken Monday at The Roxy club in LA, whilst shooting a video for the first single from their upcoming new studio album due early next year. I had mentioned previously that a source told me that the band also filmed out door footage about 3 weeks ago. Hopefully we'll be seeing that clip sooner rather than later.

In related news… a little more information from my source connected to Columbia Records. The told me that manager Irving Azzoff handles the Van Halen’s, while David Lee Roth continues to retain his own independent management. Azoff and Columbia had agreed on terms, but DLR met with Columbia and went back with his manager and said he wanted “something in LA, something hip, something that was “cool” do a video”, whch apparently he felt wasn't being presented by Columbia. DLR won, Azzoff went with the Van Halen's who agreed with DLR.

The only text included with today’s picture release was “Want to know why? Stay tuned…” So I guess that official announcement is finally in the pipeline.
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