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Van Halen announces tour with David Lee Roth

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After 35 years with Warner Bros., Van Halen signed a deal with Interscope last month, and rumors spread that the band -- with David Lee Roth back on board -- had a new album nearly in the can and a tour in the works. Now one of those rumors can be squashed, as the band just announced a 2012 tour with Roth via a video teaser filmed at the Roxy in West Hollywood, where the band reportedly filmed a new video for a new song. While no cities have been announced, the first tickets would go on sale Tuesday, January 10.

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