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Episode 12 of ‘The Roth Show’

David Lee Roth has posted on his website the 12th episode of The Roth Show, his online video series, and for 29 minutes he goes on and on about the recent remix of Van Halen’s “Jump” — a brainchild of his and Alex Van Halen’s.

Roth also reports that his Uncle Manny Roth, the former owner of the Cafe Wha in New York’s Greenwich Village, is in a hospital in New York, which might explain why Roth is in the city this week. And when he gets back home to Tokyo, he plans to go see Black Sabbath perform there on May 5th. Van Halen opened for Sabbath on their 1978 tour, a tour that helped put VH on the map, as there were many who felt they blew Sabbath off the stage.

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