Sammy Hagar and band (Mona, bass; Jesse Harms, keyboards & percussion; Vic Johnson, guitar; and David Lauser, drums) play a concert in Chicago, playing songs from his current work all the way back to his days in Montrose. I'm not a big heavy rock fan, but Hagar is a consumate performer with an excellent stage manner and he seems to truly love his fans (and they him). He even signs an autograph on stage in the middle of a song without missing a beat. He won me over. This show is a lot of fun and it made me wish I was there. Image and sound quality are excellent. Some backstage pre-show moments with Sammy and his band add to the fun. There's a bit of profanity and some scantily clad assistants, but this is a lot of fun for rock & roll fans of (mostly) all ages. Let's hope he keeps rocking as long as he can.
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