Eddie Van Halen
Known as the “Mozart of Guitar,” he was arguably the most influential guitarist of the last 40 years. From his iconic riffs to his atmospheric, finger-tapping solos, he changed the way the instrument was played.
This episode, the guys celebrate the life of Eddie Van Halen, breaking down what he meant to heavy metal and rock ‘n’ roll. Likewise, what he meant to music, in general.
Later on in the show, the guys have some fun and dish out their Mount Rushmore of Van Halen songs.
Sit back, relax, and crank some “Panama,” while you listen to this tribute. Rest in power, Eddie.
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Nate is a graphic designer as well as an avid appreciator of live music, pop culture of most kinds, and cats. Devon Rexes to be exact. He lives in Fargo, ND with his pop culture-loving wife Melissa Vosen Callens and 3 Devon Rexes: Huey Lewis, Joan Jett, and Stevie Nicks. They’re pretty rad. Send your questions, comments, concerns, swag, and music to [email protected]. Follow Nate on Twitter @natecallens and Instagram @fargonate. Cheers!