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  • Back in 2002 Sammy and Dave toured together….I saw them in concert at the Gorge in Washington state…..Amazing show! I bought a tshirt from that concert…To this day I get compliments on it when I wear it.

  • When Hagar entered Van Halen, it gave the whole music presentation a much more solid base. Sammy really helped in the song writing component as well. Diamond Dave you have to admit was the better front man. But Sammy gave them the largest bulk of their success in terms of album sales and concert ticket sales. That’s the two things that need to move not counting TShirt sales.

  • Sammy can scream and belt out songs with the best of them. From what I can tell his voice doesn’t always transcend to other genres. I’m thinking of a youtube clip where he’s with John Melloncamp and maybe buys a painting off of him. They sang a song together and honestly it didn’t suit Sammy at all. Still a great singing though there’s no arguing that.

  • Hey, this is a video I was truly waiting for, Ken! I was looking foward to see your opinion about sammy’s voice and work. He’s indeed my favorite Van Halen singer. I think his style changed the band songs to a more profund meaning with a stronger performance. I love David, but in his time the band sounded more, let’s say adolescent which was cool, but on the other hand, in the Sammy’s they entered in a more adult field. You know what I mean?

    Great, Ken! Congrats!

  • I’ll be controversial and say I really like his stuff with Chickenfoot! Bigfoot and Dubai Blues are awesome! Keep rocking and stay safe!

  • Over the past few years, I have come to the conclusion that I prefer the Hagar era of Van Halen. I think the vocals are deffinetly better. And It’s less theatrical. Roth was a bit over the top. I hope you cover “Pound Cake” and “Don’t Tell Me What Love Can Do” some time.

  • Hey, I love your videos man. Would you ever consider an analysis of Joe Elliot’s vocals? The hysteria era ones. I’ve been trying to find something on his technique and sound but I can’t really find anything

  • I’ve always loved Sammy Hagar and Van Halen separately. I also felt they all sold out when they came together. I never cared much for what Van Halen released with Sammy. It was really disappointing to me because I was thrilled when I heard he was coming on board. Then the music came out and it did not reflect either artist at all. It was a huge let down for me. Separately, though, I still love both. One of my favorite songs by Sammy is Three Lock Box.

  • Awesome video Ken! ��You should do a video of Scott Weiland in
    Velvet Revolver, he was a great and amazing and unique front man in Rock N’ Roll ��������
    R.I.P Scott Weiland 1967 2015

  • Lol I love how you can nonchalantly say you’re Sammy Hagars cousin, first time I heard you say that I couldn’t believe it so I had to google it, and it is indeed mentioned in a Wikipedia page about you. Music runs through your family, thats for sure!

  • Van Halen with David Lee to me I call it fleshy Van Hagar all about spiritual and I mean all about Gods Love Hey both bands I grew up on and Sammy when he was doing his thing I have always liked Sammy better I love Van Halen with Sammy just Heavenly.Sometimes I wonder if the song writer is aware of Gods intervention.I feel God well The Holy Spirit Father and The Son always when creating a song I know it comes from God.Music don’t lie and it’s full of prophecy.Bye Bye American pie relates to what just happened in our world today with the coronavirus and believe me no man can shut down the world so swiftly our heavenly father did that he loves his children if they went to Horan after as a gods the one thing he told us not to do I do love music I can’t wait to have my stage in heaven oh yeah will be doing lots of music������

  • Sammy is my all time favorite because he is a showman and really engages the crowd and makes it fun. One question, has he ever asked for your opinion on whe hitting his 70’s and how to hit the upper ranges? Seems he knows how to treat his gift. Probably weird for you to say hey Sammy…try this without him asking

  • Nice ��! Love Sammy, every time I hear his classic van hagar music it just makes you feel great and brings back good memories! The beauty of music!! Thanks ken

  • I think of St Louis’s adopted Son. KSHE 95 was the first Station in the nation to start playing Space station and Damn running through the rafters of the Checker dome while playing guitar and singing. The Superjam with Sammy driving into Busch stadium in his Red Trans Am. I think about him sitting down on the edge of the stage, talking to the crowd, telling us about the first song he ever wrote on this slide guitar on his lap and then breaking out with Bad Motor Scooter. I think of all the home made banners that hung from the upper level rails and the ones that made it up on stage. I think of the St Louis Cardinals and Blues sweaters with Hagar and the number 55. I think of how I had tickets for the Standing Hampton tour and then just how PISSED OFF I was when my National Guard unit announced that was the week we were leaving for Minnesota and on the way, how Torn Up I was when we passed a stadium in Des Moines that had Sammy Hagar Tonight ” on it’s billboard! In case you haven’t guessed it yet, I am a Mega Fan of Sammy Hagar.

  • Ok my request may not fit the theme of your channel and rockers like us will claim we never listen to her and poo poo the whole idea but what is it about karen carpenter’s voice that just makes me melt? Her octave range is huge and her tone is… Mesmerizing? Why Ken?! Why?! You probably lose subscribers doing a video on her but a reply could answer why i have a draw to her voice when i need a break from the high pitched belting

  • I love Van Halen. It’s one of my favorite rock bands I rocked out to, on cassette in my Trans Am with the T-tops out, it’s hard to beat them riffs from Eddie Van Halen.. but Sammy is so good live. I loved “Don’t Tell Me What Love Can Do”

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    @Ken Tamplin Vocal Academy “What Makes This Singer Great? Sammy Hagar”.. Then Ken does a better version of Bad Motor Scooter.

  • It might be, just might, that Eddie Van Halen saw an opportunity to change the style away from the guitar riff driven music to song driven music. Many bands have felt the need to change and develop in order not to get bored with themselves. Also Eddie could have been fed up with the guitar hero thing after all those years and with shredders appearing around. About David Lee Roth, his cover version on Lovin’ Spoonful song “Coconut Grove” shows a bit of the other side of him.

  • I agree that Sammy’s a much better singer than David Lee Roth because his voice has a lot more range than Dave’s does. I grew listening to his music in the 80s and early 90s whether it’s his solo stuff or the music he made with Van Halen. Aside from his music, his tequila and his home in Mexico also come to mind when I think of Sammy. Here are three more suggestion for a What Makes This Singer Great video: Patrick Stump of Fall Out Boy, Post Malone, and Sam Smith.

  • I love Sammy Hagar such a talented man! His voice is legendary… I listen to him do Dreams acoustic stripped down and it’s weird u take Sammy Hagar out that song with the scratchy tones and distortions out and he still sounds like Hager’s even when he takes his time down! But amnesty is granted… all the songs off of marching to mars phenomenal vocalist….. he really is I love his stuff. You should do what makes Steve augeri great love his vocals from tall stories to Tyketto to Journey that man has done a lot!

  • I liked Sammy as a solo artist. 5150 was a great Van Hagar album but not much on the rest from there. All of Dave’s stuff with Van Halen is legendary. Sammy may have more #1’s but hard rock was kinda dying out cause of grunge so there wasn’t no where near the competition Dave faced when he was in the band. Also I feel Dave’s Eat em and Smile and Skyscraper were better than 5150 and 0U812 but that’s just my opinion.

  • Hey Ken, if I may suggest, what about a “What Makes This Singer Great?” or a “how to sing” of Marko Saaresto (Poets of the fall). That guy has a powerful voice.

  • He wrote the anthem that I play everytime I am running late for any appointment. He is legends to me, lol. “I can’t drive…55!!!!!” Whoa he’s your cousin? Thank him for helping me not be late countless times.

  • Thank you for sharing about your cousin I don’t know if anybody could have done better for van then Sammy he rocks! Cool story about his selling his spirits business good for him.

  • Sammy’s solo work is some of the best song writing I have ever heard. I love his melodically bluesy tone!

    Thank you Ken!!

    “I often dream I sail through the sky
    I’ve always wished I could fly
    The simple life of a bird on the wing
    Oh Lord, I could sing
    Hey, take me away
    Come on, fly me away
    Pick me up so high
    Where eagles fly”

  • Hey Ken great vid…Big Sammy fan here!! I would like for you to do a special on Sammy and go a little more in detail of his singing style with the different bands in his career…yeewww!!!

  • Hey Ken loved the analysis on Sammy been digging him since his early Montrose days, him and Ronnie were monsters together. Hey a suggestion on a singer, how bout Jon Anderson from yes just a fantastic vocalist that really did fly under the radar, Thanks brother for all you do, hopefully will see some Jon in the near future

  • Sammy Hagar has a awesome voice, full of talent to go with it. I enjoyed Sammy when he was with Van Halen, also his solo stuff. Sammy just a great performer over all! Rock on.

  • When you think of Van Halen with Roth you remember the era I was a youngin it fit with the times. When Sammy Hagar came on the seen we had all been either leaving college and starting our lives and to be honest if Samny hadn’t came along Van Halen wouldn’t of lasted as long not to mention become bigger larger than life the writing was so much better I’ll never forget the album oh hit after hit it proves the level couldn’t go any further look what happened with Gary once he came along it didn’t work the creative juices fizzled out and Sammy I have to say made Van Halen best he could sing most important he has a gift of pen aka writing sad all good things came to an end but they both gave eachother the pushes they needed to reach the heights that Van Halen ultimately wanted as well as Sammy they were a perfect vehicle together! Blessings ken..♥️

  • Awesome, Ken! I think your analysis is spot on! I have always felt that Van Halen actually started that turn with 1984, but because it was the last album with Dave the change ended up being blamed on Sammy. I was one of the kids with loads of Sammy Hagar albums… even a greatest hits that spelled his name wrong!

  • One of my all time favorite albums is one he did with Van Halen. For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge. I played that CD to death in my teens.

  • I have to admit Ken, Sammy is one that grew on me. Sure everyone likes Rock Candy. I wasnt taken by the Red Rocker era. But man from the first time I heard the first track off of 5150 Ive been hooked. True DLR is quite the showman. But with Sammy the music of VH became more of an musical ensemble than guitar driven flamboyant front man rock. Ahh yes, When its love…my fave Van Hagar track. Can really tell Sammy enjoys that song. So much just raw emotion in his singing. Thanks Ken for this one. A true unsung hero in your cuz. He belongs up there with Coverdale,Perry and Cornell.

  • Suckers walk,money talks but it can’t touch my 3 lock box. And i’v said this before on here love some chicken feet. Y’all check out chicken feet doing Highway song they ROCK!!!!!

  • Oh sammy is a great guy, great writer, great singer. I know a million will argue if I say van Halen was better with Hagar! I say that because music had more feeling than roths chasing California girls as an ice cream man. But its two completely different bands under same name.

  • Hey ken could you please react to a girl that was on AGT she’s got such a beautiful voice and she’s so very talented for her age. I think you would love it. Her name is Sophie Pecora and it’s a Rewrite of hold me while you wait by lewis Capaldi it’s just phenomenal in my book and I’d love to see your reaction to it. Hope you’re staying safe and keep on rockin Ken ��

  • Montrose! That’s where I think of Sammy! What a great band! Van Halen too of course. I liked Van Halen better with Sammy. They were more polished with Sammy. His solo stuff was great too! Only one way to rock!

  • wow…I knew some details about Sammy due to Jerry Cantrell posts, and cuz they toured together, but this was so very interesting to hear even more good things about Sammy. STILL, wish you’d do L.S……waiting…..waiting….: )

  • If you do one on Dave you should use the Oakland concert or some other footage where he isn’t out of breathe therefore sounds good cuz I think his bad singing is when he’s out of breath cuz he jumps around on stage too much or wasted like the 83 US festival

  • Definitely agre with you Ken, Van Halen with Roth and Van Hagar are two different things. But, Hagar can sing the Roth songs, can Roth sing the Hagar songs? nope

  • Some request for WMTSG (if you haven’t already) Jack Russell, Ronnie Van Zant, Tom Keifer, Chuck Billy P.S. Love your guitar impressions:)

  • Sammy hagar is without a doubt one of the best hard rock vocalists of all time. He deserves to be included with the greats. He is also a hell of a good guy.

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  • Sammy DESERVES the honornof the ROCK N ROLL HALL of FAME as a solo artist. I understand that Sammy is in with Van Halen, but Sammy had a HUGE career beofre Van Halen and a bigger one after

  • Absolutely love most everything Sammy sings. Let’s face it, he is one of just a few his age that can still bring it. Sounds great live without backing tracks or tricks the others have to use. Micheal Anthony can sing very well too. How about a vocal coach reaction on him?

  • You know, it’s cool that the legendary Sammy Hagar is your cousin. But it’s also cool that you don’t exploit that or “ride the coattails” of it. I like that you have your own credentials and identity.

  • Sammy really has a great range plus also playing guitar is a huge plus! I have got to say that 5150 is my favorite album by far, Sammy really reminds me of someone who sings from the heart and I got to say the man is all around a fantastic person ��

  • Just as a suggestion Ken, you could maybe do Adam Lambert, Meatloaf, Myles Kennedy! Another fantastic video as usual! Very interesting to learn that Sammy is your cousin! Talent runs in the family obviously

  • Just like you said about the Bee Gees how they have an incredible amount of talent in one family. The same holds true for you and Sammy!!! Keep up the great videos and reactions Ken!!!

  • Amazing singer. Most people don’t realize how good this guy was in his prime.Yiu simply can’t touch most of the songs he has sung unless you are a world class talent. For me he’s in my top 5 ever along with greats such as David Coverdale, Paul Stanley, JLT.

    Check out the cover of Right Now that Richie Castellano, the band Geeks and Constantine Maroulis did the other day. Great stuff!

  • Sammy Hagar is awesome!! And I love Why can’t this be love! It’s one of my favorite Van Halen songs!!!! ����
    And as a request, I’d love if you could, do a reaction video about Cassia Eller, she was a Brazilian singer. I saw a vocal coach reacting to her video and there was another guy too. Even though she sings in Portuguese, i’d love to see your reaction. The video the girl vocal couch reacted was Cássia Eller Malandragem (posted by
    maufbr). I really love her voice. So yes, if you’d like to do it, pretty please with sugar on top? lol ��

  • I only gotten to see Sammy with Van Helen, He had great Energy on stage and his live vocals were very good. Never got to see him in his party band �� even though he lived in Fontana and I grew up in Ontario California

  • Sammy started out as more of a pure note + tone vocalist than he is now. Somewhere along the way, he turned into scream-singing or screaming on pitch. More rasp than a pure note. In no way is this a criticism or insult to the man! Just an observation. I love every song he’s ever been involved with, be it songwriting, singing, or playing guitar. Very smart guy, too.

  • I still follow Sammy to this day. The Circle is a great band. I love the Sam Van Halen and Dave Van Halen. Sam brought a different vibe to VH. Sam is just a down to earth guy that loves to write great music. I really hope that the VH brothers and Sam get together with Michael Anthony for a new album and tour because I think that would be incredible. I write songs and need to get KTVA to help get my singing ability up to where it should be. Thanks for all you do Ken. I’ve been a fan of yours since 2010.

  • Great series of videos. I’d love to hear your thoughts about Jorn Lande, who is for me the best rock singer ever in the Coverdale vive also, but way more consistent and versatile.

  • Do some R&B artists pls. Too much old school rock/alternative. Wanye Morris from boys2men, Brian McKnight, Stevie, Mariah Carey, Christina Aguilera, Whitney, etc..

  • Best. Showman. Ever. Love, love Sammy. I’m 41 and grew up listening. Love those Van Hagar songs who doesn’t hold their breath in anticipation at the beginning of ‘Why can’t this be love’? However, to me, his solo stuff is even better. More raw. My dad is a huge fan and got me hooked right away. I’ve seen him perform more times than is fair, even once when I was 8 months pregnant. Nothing would keep me from a Sammy show! Now three generations go to the shows in our family �� In middle school, I had a little red Walkman and played my Standing Hampton / Three Lock Box double cassette tape over and over. Riding my bike around the neighborhood, my hair blowing back behind me (clearly before helmets were mandated) best feeling in the world and I’ll always associate that with Sammy. ��

  • ‘Dreams’ and ‘Don’t tell me’ are the songs with highest notes he sang with Van Halen. His most emotional vocal performance is in my opinion ‘Feelin” the closing track from the album ‘Balance’. It’s really goosebumps.