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Eddie Van Halen dead at 65


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#1 mvphilly

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Posted October 06 2020 - 03:57 PM

Guitarist Eddie Van Halen has died after a long battle with throat cancer. Dammit more of my youth going away!!! I saw that band Van Halen so many times at the Nassau Coliseum they were just awesome. RIP Eddie thanks for the great times!!!



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#2 thetalonguy

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Posted October 06 2020 - 06:09 PM

Tough one... forefather of technical hard rock guitar work.
RIP and hopefully you get to enjoy the accompany of the other greats we’ve lost

#3 marcha1

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Posted October 06 2020 - 06:40 PM

Very sad news.   RIP Eddie Van Halen.  He was a huge hero of mine when i was growing up and started playing.  Eddie changed the face of guitar playing forever.   Also saw him and VH at the coliseum many, many times.  Every hammer-on you have ever heard was influenced by him.  May his guitar playing live forever.


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