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Top 10 Van Halen Songs
|Album Name||Release Year|
|A Different Kind of Truth||2012|
|Jump / House of Pain [Digital 45]||2009|
|The Best of Both Worlds||2004|
|Gazzarri's Dance Contest||2003|
|1984-03-30: Live at M.S.G. 1984: Madison Square Garden, New York, NY, USA||2001|
|Van Halen Box 1986-1993 (disc 1)||2001|
|1975-xx-xx: Schools Out||1999|
|1979-03-25: Live and Loud! Selland Arena, Fresno, CA, USA||1999|
|Van Halen III||1998|
|Dave Is Back: Rarest Covers and Demos||1996|
|Best Of, Volume 1||1996|
|Me Wise Magic||1996|
|Can't Stop Lovin' You||1995|
|Live: Right Here, Right Now (bonus disc)||1993|
|For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge||1991|
|Feels So Good||1988|
|Women and Children First||1980|
|Van Halen II||1979|
|Rank||Track Name||Play Count||Listener Count|
|2||Ain't Talkin' 'Bout Love||103,918||40,519|
|5||Runnin' With the Devil||74,628||32,740|
|6||You Really Got Me||74,233||32,271|
|7||Hot For Teacher||70,603||28,684|
|8||Why Can't This Be Love||59,435||24,869|
|10||Dance the Night Away||48,232||21,033|
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Van Halen takes Tokyo (Updated July 18, 2013)
It's not often that one would associate Japan as a hotbed of hard rock. But when Van Halen invaded the Tokyo Dome in June 2013, they played before 55,000 rabid fans. That stop was also just one of four concerts in "The Land of the Rising Sun" as part of Van Halen's "A Different Kind of Truth" tour, some eight months after those dates were originally scheduled.
Van Halen's 27-song set from Toyko was identical to the tour opener in Nagoya, with just one exception: they swapped songs from their 1978 debut, replacing "Jamie's Crying" for "I'm The One." All dates had been rescheduled from last fall when the group went on hiatus while Eddie Van Halen recovered from a severe case of Diverticulitus.
On the flip side, Eddie's scheduled guest appearance with LL Cool J at the Hollywood Bowl was postponed shortly after the Tokyo tour wrapped. The guitar icon was scheduled to join the rapper on Sunday, July 7 at the Greek Theatre on the final stop of LL's "Kings of the Mic" Tour, but failed to show. (Van Halen collaborated with LL on his new album "Authentic," which hit stores in April. He appears on the tracks "We're the Greatest" and "Not Leaving You Tonight.")
Eddie and Van Halen are still on the books for two US dates this month: They're scheduled to be at the RockUSA Festival in Oshkosh, Wisconsin on July 20, and they'll play the California Mid-State Fair in Paso Robles, California on July 24.
About Van Halen
Eddie Van Halen's dream was to completely revolutionize the guitar rock and hard rock industry in a way that could only be described as 'godly.' The 'godliness' wasn't without its turmoil, though. Eddie was a transport from the Netherlands who moved to Pasadena, California, in 1962 and began playing rock music with his brother Alex. After meeting with frontman David Lee Roth, they joined together and recruited bass guitarist Michael Anthony to begin their journey toward rock stardom.
It was shortly after meeting legendary Kiss guitarist Gene Simmons that Van Halen would seal a record deal with Warner Bros. Records, though without Simmons' direct involvement. And even when the band stirred some recognition for its debut album in 1977, it wasn't until 1984 when they reached true commercial success with the album "1984." The single "Jump" truly propelled them to stardom, becoming the quintessential pop-rock anthem.
Van Halen had an excellent flair, particularly with another single by the name of "Hot for Teacher." Unfortunately, turmoil disrupted the momentum the group found with success, leading to the multiple exits of lead singers Roth, Sammy Hagar and Gary Cherone. With each departure and reunion, conflicting press statements would be made from the band regarding the revolving door of talent.
The band was eventually inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2007, with some 75 million albums sold worldwide. They toured again with Roth in 2007 and 2008, and in December of 2011 announced a tour for 2012. They released their first album in 14 years, "A Different Kind of Truth," on February 7, and toured through June to support the project. The band is currently taking time off, but plans to play several shows in Japan this fall.
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Van Halen Tour Dates 2013
date city state venue 07/24/2013 Paso Robles CA California Mid-State Fair 07/20/2013 Oshkosh WI Ford Festival Park 07/17/2013 Oshkosh WI Ford Festival Park 06/26/2013 Osaka City Central Gymnasium 06/24/2013 Osaka City Central Gymnasium 06/21/2013 Tokyo IN Tokyo Dome 06/18/2013 Nagoya Aichi Nagoya Aichi-Ken Gymnasium
Van Halen Tour Dates 2012
date city state venue 06/26/2012 New Orleans LA Smoothie King Center 06/24/2012 Houston TX Toyota Center 06/22/2012 San Antonio TX AT&T Center 06/20/2012 Dallas TX American Airlines Center 06/16/2012 Phoenix AZ US Airways Center 06/14/2012 San Diego CA Viejas Arena 06/12/2012 Anaheim CA Honda Center 06/09/2012 Los Angeles CA Staples Center 06/05/2012 San Jose CA SAP Center 06/03/2012 Oakland CA Oracle Arena 06/01/2012 Los Angeles CA Staples Center 05/27/2012 Las Vegas NV MGM Grand Garden Arena 05/24/2012 Denver CO Pepsi Center 05/22/2012 Kansas City MO Sprint Center 05/19/2012 Saint Paul MN Xcel Energy Center 05/13/2012 Winnipeg MB MTS Centre 05/11/2012 Edmonton AB Rexall Place 05/09/2012 Calgary AB Scotiabank Saddledome 05/07/2012 Vancouver BC Rogers Arena 05/05/2012 Tacoma WA Tacoma Dome 05/01/2012 Tulsa OK BOK Center 04/29/2012 St. Louis MO Scottrade Center 04/27/2012 Nashville TN Bridgestone Arena 04/25/2012 Charlotte NC Time Warner Cable Arena 04/21/2012 Greensboro NC Greensboro Coliseum 04/19/2012 Atlanta GA Philips Arena 04/16/2012 Jacksonville FL Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena 04/14/2012 Tampa FL Tampa Bay Times Forum 04/12/2012 Orlando FL Amway Center 04/10/2012 Sunrise FL BB&T Center 04/01/2012 Rosemont IL Allstate Arena 03/30/2012 Pittsburgh PA CONSOL Energy Center 03/28/2012 Washington DC Verizon Center 03/26/2012 Reading PA Sovereign Center 03/24/2012 Atlantic City NJ Boardwalk Hall 03/21/2012 Kanata ON Canadian Tire Centre 03/17/2012 Toronto ON Air Canada Centre 03/15/2012 Montreal QC Bell Centre 03/13/2012 Manchester NH Verizon Wireless Arena 03/11/2012 Boston MA TD Garden 03/09/2012 Buffalo NY First Niagara Center 03/05/2012 Philadelphia PA Wells Fargo Center 03/03/2012 Uncasville CT Mohegan Sun Arena 03/01/2012 New York NY Madison Square Garden 02/28/2012 New York NY Madison Square Garden 02/24/2012 Chicago IL United Center 02/22/2012 Indianapolis IN Bankers Life Fieldhouse 02/20/2012 Auburn Hills MI The Palace of Auburn Hills 02/18/2012 Louisville KY KFC Yum! Center
Van Halen Tour Dates 2011
date city state venue 06/25/2011 Dallas TX Gexa Energy Pavilion