Wednesday, November 18, 2020

Wolfgang Van Halen shares new track You’re To Blame

In sync with the premiere and release of his debut single, “Distance”, Wolfgang Van Halen shared a second new track from his forthcoming album debut during a November 16 appearance on The Howard Stern Show.

“You’re To Blame” will be featured on the rocker’s first studio record, which is expected next year under the brand Mammoth WVH.

The project’s title is a partial tribute to the band name used by his father, Eddie, in the early 1970s before the group changed it to Van Halen in 1974 at the suggestion of frontman David Lee Roth.

Wolfgang – who plays everything on the album and handles vocals – worked on his debut with producer Michael Baskette.

UPDATE: Audio of "You're To Blame" from the Stern show has been removed from online; if you have a SiriusXM subscription, you can replay the interview here.

See also:

Wolfgang Van Halen debut single Distance tops iTunes chart
Full Van Halen reunion considered for farewell tour
Wolfgang Van Halen releases debut single Distance
Wolfgang Van Halen dedicates debut solo single to Eddie Van Halen
Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame pays tribute to Eddie Van Halen
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