Sammy Hagar has no plans to play a farewell tour. The 72-year-old rocker, who first enjoyed success with the Montrose band in the mid-1970s and then became the lead singer of Van Halen, initially wants to keep his plans for possible retirement to himself.

In a conversation with the St. Louis KSHE 95 radio, the musician said: "I have not yet announced my farewell tour."

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"I'll just keep playing until I fall over"

And further: “I have never confirmed my retirement and have not yet done a farewell tour and I don't think I will ever do that. What do you say? I'm just not going to deal with all of this. "

The star, who replaced Van Halen lead singer David Lee Roth in 1985, insisted that he would rather continue making music until it was time to stop.

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The artist added in an interview: “I will just continue playing until I fall down – or until I am no longer good. If I'm no longer good, I'll say, 'Okay, I have to stop.' ”(Bang)


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