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Exclusive: Sammy Hagar and Gary Cherone on the new Van Halen record
Last month, after Van Halen dropped A Different Kind of Truth (Interscope) — the rock legends' first album of all new material with original singer David Lee Roth in almost three decades—fans and detractors alike took to the Internet to vote yea or nay
| March 09, 2012
As guitarist Nuno Bettencourt and vocalist Gary Cherone prepare to play what is, to most, their one hit, a moment pops into my head.
Extreme rock the New York State Fair
| September 09, 2008
Who are they?
As Beatle Juice was to the Beatles, so Slipkid are to the Who.
Gary Cherone tackles the Who with Slipkid
| December 31, 2007
Boston music news: September 7, 2007
Two years ago, Extreme frontman Gary Cherone and his guitar-playing younger brother Markus formed a one-off band to cover Who’s Next .
Notes on Gary Cherone's latest musical venture
| September 04, 2007
A tribute to Brad Delp
Brad Delp, singer for Boston and Beatles cover band Beatlejuice, was a rock-and-roll suicide.
Boston, Extreme, Godsmack, Bank of America Pavillion, August 19, 2007
| August 20, 2007
The Hard Rock was donating all bar proceeds to the Boston anti-violence charity Peace Games.
Boston’s Hard Rock expands its reach
| August 13, 2007
Top 20 of 2006
Unsexy men, terrible lyrics, season finales, SuicideGirls, sex, MySpace, and sneakers. The stories you clicked on most in '06.
ThePhoenix.com's 20 most popular stories of the year
| December 29, 2006
Not your mom, she’s an effing A-bomb
How a smallish, 30-something-year-old mother of two brings the party. Slideshow: Kay Hanley at T.T. the Bear's Place .
Kay Hanley at T.T. the Bear’s Place
| July 19, 2006
More than words
It’s difficult to believe, but more than a decade and a half has passed since Extreme had a #1 hit with their metal ballad “More Than Words.” Kay Hanley interviews Gary Cherone (mp3) Gary Cherone, "Yeah" (mp3) Gary Cherone, "Need I Say More" (
Gary Cherone’s Extreme viewpoint
| June 30, 2006
Playing with poetry
Chris Mascara played Jesus to Gary Cherone's Judas. His band's new mini-album is a harrowing tale of personality meltdown and recovery.
Mascara find inspiration in the classics
| January 19, 2006
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