You don't talk to David Lee Roth... you listen to David Lee Roth.
The former Van Halen frontman gone solo is like a carnival barker trying to entice you under his rock n' roll big top with promises of beach bunnies, six packs, and fireworks. A conversation with the man is like being strapped into a roller coaster that keeps coming back around to the exit, but never quite slows down.
Dave has been back on track lately with a new solo album and a single, "Slam Dunk," that has become the most requested track on rock radio over the last month. So we recently strapped ourselves in with Dave as he pulled together Kathy Lee Gifford, grass skirts, Dr. Pepper, bikinis, cowboy hats, lap dances, Lauren Hutton, Sputnik, Betty Page, the cosmic jugular, pro wrestling, Tori Spelling, and "Diamond Dave's big-rig-trucking-school-hot-pit-barbecue." He also talked about his new solo album, the record label he formed to release it, and his disinterest in whatever Van Halen is up to these days.
To get to the good stuff, roll your cursor over one of Dave's comments to see what he's talking about, and then click on the heading to get to the interview... oh yeah, and fasten your seatbelt.
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