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For almost forty years, Sammy Hagar has beena fixture in rock music. From breaking intothe industry with the band Montrose to hismultiplatinum solo career to his ride as thefront man of Van Halen, Sammy's powerful andunforgettable voice has set the tone for some ofthe greatest rock anthems ever written—songslike "I Can't Drive 55," "Right Now," and "WhyCan't This Be Love."
In Red, Sammy tells the outrageous story ofhis tear through rock 'n' roll. From the decadenceof being one of the world's biggest rock stars tothe unfiltered story of being forced out of VanHalen, Sammy's account spares no one, leastof all himself. His is a tale of a true rock 'n'roller—someone who's spent decades bringingthe party with him wherever he goes but alwaysheadin' back to Cabo for más tequila.
Great book! What an amazing businessman and artist! Thanks Sammy!Published 8 days ago by Johnna Neugent
Great read. Sammy tells it like it is. You really get the feeling of Sammy sitting down with you and telling you this life story. Never a dull moment!Published 11 days ago by Gerard P Martell
I purchased this as a gift for my father and he loved it. It's a great book to read, and came in very good condition. Happy customer!Published 11 days ago by Sarah A. Primeau
Seems like a hypocrite and at other end of the day, incredibly high on himself. I was unimpressed by this book.Published 26 days ago by Paul
I've read it three times so far..does that tell you something?!Published 29 days ago by Alan Stubbs
Should be called 'Why I think Eddie's an idiot.' It's a good account of one of rock's finest vocalists and very much a success story (according to him). Read morePublished 1 month ago by The Big F