Van Halen Essay | Student Essay

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Van Halen - A Band's Evolution

Summary: Considers how the loss of an original band member affected the American rock band Van Halen. Discusses how the band's musical style changed after the loss of their lead singer David Lee Roth.
The qualities of one man can not be replaced with another man's. Look at the 80's most famous and infamous rock and roll band, Van Halen. Van Halen was a popular band with an exciting front man David Lee Roth or DLR. The band seemed to have every thing going right for them. DLR just helped the band release their most popular album 1984 in the year 1984. But with out any warning DLR was released from the popular rock band and was replaced with a much less exciting more laid back front man, of Sammy Hagar. After this move many Van Halen fans jumped off of the band wagon in light of the recent loss of DLR. Much to everyone's surprise Van Halen sold even more albums and also released more albums with Sammy, however Van Halen wasn't the same band. Van Halen lost their...

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