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Van Halen to play St. Paul gig, but cancels summer dates

Against many odds, damaged livers and egos, Eddie Van Halen and his drummer brother, Alex, and son Wolfgang, return Saturday to Xcel Energy Center with original frontman David Lee Roth.
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The Star Tribune takes a look at the band's many eras in a 35-year history.

Van Halen on Friday announced that while it will play its St. Paul gig, the boys are canceling the majority of a summer tour, E! Online reported.

Rolling Stone says the band members "hate each other."

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