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Friday, December 7, 2007


Posted By on Fri, Dec 7, 2007 at 10:32 AM


Altell just landed the only Van Halen tour date in the Mid-South. Take that surrounding areas! The concert will be Wednesday, Jan. 30. Tickets are $96.75, $66.75 and $46.75 and will go on-sale on Saturday, Dec. 15.

This, of course, is the David Lee Roth-led VH. Still Diamond Dave reports MSNBC.

Roth’s now-short hair, coiffed conservatively and featuring blond highlights where that out-of-control mane used to be, is the least rock-star part of his refined 2007 look, which also includes a parade of sequined, patterned toreador jackets and top hats. But the lead singer still maintains that elusive combination of carnival barker, used car salesman, auctioneer, open-mic comedian and, yes, kick-ass performer.

Eddie's 16-year-old son WOLFGANG (of course) fills in for Michael Anthony (who's busy making hot sauce) on bass.

Tickets are available at the *Alltel Arena Box Office, all Ticketmaster outlets, charge by phone at 501-975-7575 or online at www.LiveNation.com or www.ticketmaster.com. The Alltel Box Office

*The Alltel Arena Box Office will not be open Saturday, Dec. 15.

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