VAN HALEN: Doubts Emerge Over 'Sammy Is Back' Rumor

The webmaster of the VAN HALEN fan site Van Halen News Desk has posted the following update regarding the rumors that the band have been rejoined by singer Sammy Hagar:

"After hearing and reporting the rumor that Sammy was back in VAN HALEN the other day, I sent off a few emails to try to get more information from some of my old sources. One of the emails I sent was to a contact I've known for many years who is very closely linked to a member of Sammy's band. This person is about as closely linked as you can be.

"I asked my contact if that band member could confirm or deny the part of the rumor that said Sammy's band had been notified that he intended to rejoin VAN HALEN.

"Sorry to say this, Sammy fans, but my contact told me that Sammy has not told any of his band members that he plans to rejoin VAN HALEN.

"Where do we go from here? Stay tuned for the next chapter in the long-running series of 'As The Van Halen World Turns'."


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