Sammy Hagar, aka the Red Rocker, has reigned as one of rock music’s most dynamic frontmen for the past four decades. After breaking into the industry with the pioneering hard rock band Montrose in the early ‘70s, Hagar went on to become a household name as both a multi-platinum solo artist and as the frontman of Van Halen. After replacing David Lee Roth in 1985, Hagar led Van Halen to four number 1 albums as they continued their reign as one of the biggest bands of the era. During his career, he has amassed 25 platinum albums and performed some of the biggest rock anthems ever written with songs like “I Can’t Drive 55,” “Right Now,” and “Why Can’t This Be Love.” Now, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee is back with the Circle, an English-American rock supergroup featuring fellow legends Michael Anthony (formerly of Van Halen), Grammy-award winning drummer, Jason Bonham, and guitarist Vic Johnson (formerly of The BusBoys). Formed in 2014, the Circle have quickly established themselves as one of the most exciting live acts on the road today, seamlessly ripping through career-spanning hits from Montrose, Van Halen, and Led Zeppelin, along with plenty of rocking original new songs.