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NEWSROCK Will Wolfgang Van Halen Replace With His Dad Eddie Van Halen? Here’s The Answer
By Muharrem Doğan

NEWSROCK Will Wolfgang Van Halen Replace With His Dad Eddie Van Halen? Here’s The Answer By Muharrem Doğan

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is making sure to pay a special tribute to Eddie Van Halen at the 2020 induction ceremony when it airs live on Saturday, November 7, at 8 p.m.

Taking to Twitter, Wolfgang tweeted: "This is just a shitty lie attempting to capitalize on these terrible times".

The original tweet claimed Wolfgang would join ex-bass guitarist Michael Anthony, former lead singer Sammy Hagar and drummer Alex Van Halen in the rock band's new lineup. This rumor also alleges Eddie Van Halen gave his son and brother his "blessing" to continue the band without him.

On Monday, the Pasadena City Council gave officials permission to brainstorm ideas and report back on how to best remember the rock legend who died of cancer on October 6 at age 65.

He further pleaded for an end to rumors such as this one, adding, "Please stop with this".

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Following the 65-year-old Van Halen co-founder's death earlier this month, fans had been speculating that Wolfgang - now the bassist for the band - could be taking over his dad's position as lead guitarist. "Anyone peddling this shit is not only hurting the fans, but hurting me and my family". In reality, the 29-year-old has been working on a debut solo album, wishing to distance himself from his father's legacy and strike out on his own.

"He was the best father I could ever ask for".

"Love love love this photo Your dad is watching over you Wolf ❤️✨", wrote one supporter, with one other including, "Actually sorry in your loss".

On an Instagram post, Wolfgang responded to a fan's question regarding the topic of being the son of an established star with, "That's a great question". He explained, "It's really equally both".

There will be a time to talk about Van Halen and its future but now is definitely not it.

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