Ronnie Montrose Predicts Reunion With Sammy Hagar
Hagar fronted the band for hit tracks Bad Motor Scooter and Rock Candy, and sang on the band's first two albums, Montrose and Paper Money. He left in 1974 to pursue a solo career and later joined Van Halen before winding up in supergroup Chickenfoot. But Montrose is hoping the pair can get together once more – although he doesn't believe they'll record any new material.
"There will never be any recording or touring in that sense, but Sammy and I still talk," He tells Bakersfield.com. "He's busy doing his thing and I'm doing mine. We may do a reunion show for fun, and literally at this point in our lives it would be just for fun." more on this story
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