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.
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)