DAVID LEE ROTH Interviewed At 'Mercedes Benz LA Fashion Week'; Video Available

Rocco G conducted an interview David Lee Roth of VAN HALEN earlier in the month (March 2008) at the Mercedes Benz LA Fashion Week Fall 2008. Watch the two-and-a-half-minute clip below to hear David's advice to up-and-coming bands and his explanation for what he's doing at Fashion Week.

VAN HALEN announced on its web site Friday (March 28) that an April 17 concert at the Reno Events Center has been added, "due to overwhelming fan demand."

The band performs its previously scheduled April 19 date in Las Vegas and April 22 date in Cincinnati, then does another 18 rescheduled shows across the country, ending June 2 in Grand Rapids, Michigan, according to the web site.

VAN HALEN returned to the road in fall 2007 with original lead singer David Lee Roth for the first time in 20-plus years.

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