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Sammy Hagar and the Waboritas Cabo Wabo Birthday Bash (2001)

Captures Sammy Hagar and the Waboritas featuring Victor Johnson on guitar; Mona on bass; Jesse Harms on keyboards, and David Lauser on drums, in Chicago during Sammy's Birthday Bash Tour. ... See full summary »

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Jeb Brien
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Sammy Hagar ... Himself - Vocals & Guitar
Mona Mona ... Herself - Bass Guitar & Background Vocals
Jesse Harms Jesse Harms ... Himself - Keyboards & Background Vocals
Vic Johnson Vic Johnson ... Himself - Guitar & Background Vocals
David Lauser David Lauser ... Himself - Drums
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Captures Sammy Hagar and the Waboritas featuring Victor Johnson on guitar; Mona on bass; Jesse Harms on keyboards, and David Lauser on drums, in Chicago during Sammy's Birthday Bash Tour. The concert is signature Sammy Hagar featuring three decades of rock and roll anthems including "I Can't Drive 55," "Little White Lie," "There's Only One Way to Rock," "Eagles Fly," "Three Lock Box," "Mas Tequila, "Finish What Ya' Started," "Why Can't This Be Love," and "Heavy Metal." Written by Image Entertainment

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Country:

USA

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English

Release Date:

7 August 2001 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Chicago, Illinois, USA

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Automatic Productions See more »
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I Can't Drive 55
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Lots of Fun
30 March 2004 | by ScaargeSee all my reviews

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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