Tag: Sammy Hagar
After recently giving us the richest drummers in the world, Celebritynetworth.com is back with the compiled list for the richest lead singers in the world. It could be obvious to you who is #1, but check out the rest of the top 25 below and the complete list here. The list compiles all information including salaries, real estate holdings, divorces, record sales, royalties and endorsements to come up with the figures. The final net worths come from a formula that takes out taxes, manager’s fees, agents fees, and lifestyle. We can't wait for CelebrityNetWorth.com's next list.
1. Paul McCartney - $800 Million (The Beatles)
2. Bono - $600 Million (U2) - There was a time when Bono’s net worth could have topped $1 billion. Through his private equity venture Elevation Partners, Bono purchased a 1.5% private stake in Facebook long before the IPO. Had the company achieved a $100 billion market cap, Bono may have been the first billionaire rock star. Currently Facebook’s market cap is $44 billion.
3. Jimmy Buffett - $400 Million
4. Elton John - $320 Million (Solo)
5. Mick Jagger - $305 Million (The Rolling Stones)
6. Sting - $290 Million (The Police, Solo)
7. Phil Collins - $250 Million (Genesis, Solo)
8. Dave Matthews - $250 Million (Dave Matthews Band)
9. Prince - $250 Million
10. Dave Grohl - $225 Million (Foo Fighters, Nirvana on drums)
11. Rod Stewart - $220 Million
12. David Bowie - $215 Million
13. Bruce Springsteen - $200 Million (The E Street Band)
14. James Hetfield - $175 Million (Metallica)
15: Axl Rose - $150 Million (Guns N’ Roses)
16. Roger Waters - $145 Million (Pink Floyd)
17. David Gilmour - $130 Million (Pink Floyd)
18. Steven Tyler - $130 Million (Aerosmith)
19. Jon Bon Jovi - $125 Million (Bon Jovi)
20. Anthony Kiedis - $120 Million (Red Hot Chili Peppers)
21. Sammy Hagar - $120 Million (Van Halen/Chickenfoot)
22. Robert Plant - $120 Million (Led Zeppelin)
23. Bruce Dickinson - $115 Million (Iron Maiden)
24. Eric Clapton - $115 Million (Cream, Solo)
25. Ozzy Osbourne - $90 Million (Black Sabbath, Solo)
Sammy Hagar's "4 Decades Of Rock" concert took place in Lake Tahoe, Nevada last night (Sept. 1) and the Red Rocker was joined by none other than Tahoe resident David Coverdale of Whitesnake on stage. Coverdale performed an awesome rendition of the Led Zeppelin's "Rock And Roll". Check it out below.
The '4 Decades of Rock' show is something that Hagar envisions taking on the road next year. Sammy Hagar & The Wabos opened the show, followed by The Other Half, featuring Hagar and his Chickenfoot bandmate Michael Anthony. A Montrose tribute set followed with Denny Carmassi, Bill Church and Joe Satriani, with the concert wrapping up with a couple of Chickenfoot tracks featuring Anthony, Hagar, Satriani and Carmassi.
Before bringing on Coverdale at last night show, Hagar said from the stage, "If I only did this once in my lifetime, I would be happy. This is a great night. I forget about it. I'm out there just partying and working, having a good time, and next thing I know, I'm turning 65 (on October 13). I'm cool with it. Everybody's always trying to lie about their age. Fuck that. I never dreamed I'd still be doing this, but now, I never dreamed about quitting!"
'4 Decades Of Rock' concert setlist:
Sammy Hagar & The Wabos
2. There's Only One Way To Rock
3. I Can't Drive 55
4. Three Lock Box
5. I'll Fall In Love Again
6. I've Done Everything For You
7. Heavy Metal
8. Little White Lie
9. Mas Tequila
The Other Half (featuring Hagar and Michael Anthony)
10. Why Can't This Be Love
11. Good Enough
12. When It's Love
13. Top Of The World
14. Best Of Both Worlds
Montrose (with Joe Satriani on guitar)
15. Good Rockin' Tonight
16. Bad Motor Scooter
17. Rock The Nation
18. Rock Candy
19. Space Station #5
Chickenfoot (with Denny Carmassi on drums)
20. Rock And Roll (with David Coverdale of Whitesnake)
Chickenfoot will be re-releasing their gold-certified self-titled debut, Chickenfoot, as a deluxe double-disc version on October 16th. Sammy Hagar comments: "Chickenfoot 1 will always be special to me for exactly what it is. Our former label went out of business and the album had been discontinued. You could not find the album anywhere, which is crazy! We got the masters back and our new label will re-release the first album and we thought we should include some live tracks from Chickenfoot lll.”
The release will feature live tracks recorded on the Different Devil tour this past spring
'Soap On A Rope'
'Sexy Little Thing'
'Get It Up'
'Down The Drain'
'My Kinda Girl'
'Learning To Fall'
'Future Is The Past'
'Bitten By The Wolf'
'Lighten Up' (Live in Chicago 5/12/12)
'Big Foot' (Live in Seattle 6/6/12)
'Last Temptation' (Live in Seattle 6/6/12)
'Something Going Wrong' (Live in Boston 5/16/12)
Eddie Truck, host of 'That Metal Show' on VH1 Classic has announced the upcoming season's lineup of guests. Check out the full season below:
8/11: David Draiman of Disturbed, Russell Allen, Mike Orlando of Adrenaline Mob, Mike Portnoy on drums. (this show was a sneak preview as well during the recent marathon but makes it official premiere)
8/17: Bobby Blotzer of Ratt, Stephen Riley & Phil Lewis of LA Guns, Steve Stevens on guitar.
The following shows will be the 6 new that will be added that we tape starting this weekend. Premiere dates TBA:
Geoff Tate & Zakk Wylde
Joey Kramer & Brad Whitford of Aerosmith, Tom Petersson of Cheap Trick
Steve Harris of Iron Maiden
Anne & Nancy Wilson of Heart, Lita Ford
Sammy Hagar & Michael Anthony
King Diamond, Mark Tremonti
In addition, we have 3 returning guitar greats to play in the above 6 shows; John 5, Doug Aldrich & George Lynch. Former Biohazard frontman Evan Seinfeld will appear in a Guest Top 5.
Chickenfoot/Black Stone Cherry Concert – Santa Barbara Bowl – June 9, 2012 (interview, video and pics)
A trip to the Santa Barbara Bowl for any concert is a true pleasure, as the ambience of the legendary venue always shines through, but when you drop Chickenfoot and Black Stone Cherry in the bowl to rock the place, the party vibe kicks in and doesn't stop. I had a chance to interview Chris Robertson of the always accessible Black Stone Cherry and get some great pics and video from the 'Different Devil' tour stop. Check it all out along with the setlists from both bands below.
Kentucky's own Black Stone Cherry rocked the bowl with their brand of modern southern rock, with tracks from their self-titled debut album, as well as others from 'Folklore and Superstition' and 'Between the Devil & the Deep Blue Sea.' Toss in a kick ass cover of Joe Walsh's 'Rocky Mountain Way,' and you had a set of hard rock that connected with the audience....those familiar with BSC, and those just being introduced to the band. Vocalist/Guitarist Chris Robertson, guitarist Ben Wells, bassist Jon Lawhon and drummer John Fred Young attack the stage and just don't let up. If you haven't checked out all of their albums, you need to do so because they have a wealth of great material.
Special thanks to Julie Lichtenstien and Jessie Lee Weiss
In the bonus, I met a new rock brother who has signed with my favorite NFL team, the Oakland Raiders. Fullback Owen Schmidt was sitting next to me, and he is a true Black Stone Cherry fan as well. Check him out in the third and forth clips below and here's a recent interview with him at www.raiders.com Good luck this season Owen! He was hanging with BSC after their set, because he wasn't sitting next to us during the Foot.
Here's more photos pre-show and of BSC from the pit:
Black Stone Cherry Setlist:
In My Blood
Let It Roll
Rocky Mountain Way (Joe Walsh cover)
White Trash Millionaire
Blame It On the Boom Boom
Chickenfoot hit the stage as the sun began to set, and kept things heated up as they rolled through tracks from their two albums. Chickenfoot came together as friends jamming, which translates to the stage with the friendly jabs and interaction between all of the guys. Even though drummer Kenny Aronoff is only filling in for Chad Smith as he fulfills his Red Hot Chili Pepper duties, he fits right in as the band doesn't miss a beat with his incredible drumming skills. It was the first time Chickenfoot has played Santa Barbara, and the first concert that Sammy Hagar and Michael Anthony have played in S.B. It was a great show by masterful musicians!
Chickenfoot Set List:
Sexy Little Thing
Soap on a Rope
My Kinda Girl
Down the Drain
Something Going Wrong
Future in the Past
Rock Candy (Montrose cover)
Here's a photo album of pics on my Marshall of Rock facebook page: www.facebook.com/marshallofrock
Here's some additional awesome pics and concert report from my man Ray at www.centralcoastrocks.com
As Chickenfoot wrapped up the 'Different Devil' Tour the following night at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles, the band has posted a 'Footnote' thanking everyone who came out: