Chickenfoot aim to spend the whole of September working on their second album.
If the Noughties taught us anything, it was that what a band actually mean when they ‘split up’ is that, ‘We’ll be back when nostalgia makes you miss us’. So, here are 10 of the reunions that fired– or should that be ‘failed to fire’?! – our imaginations during the last decade. This is in no particular order.
Chickenfoot, the new band featuring Sammy Hagar and Michael Anthony of Van Halen, Chad Smith of Red Hot Chili Peppers and Joe Satriani, have been forced to cancel tonight’s concert in Spain after Smith suffered a serious injury on stage during Monday night’s concert in Paris.
Chickenfoot, the all-star rock band that consists of two parts Van Halen, one part Red Hot Chili Peppers and Joe Satriani, released their self-titled debut album in the UK on Monday, June 8. To celebrate the release, the band perform a sold-out gig at London’s 02 Shepherds Bush Empire on June 25th. Chickenfoot are made up of Sammy Hagar (vocals), Michael Anthony (bass), Chad Smith (drums) and Joe Satriani (guitar).…
Classic Rock Editor Sian Llewellyn and our Editor At Large Geoff Barton run the rule over the 2 brand new Chickenfoot tracks.