Mammoth WVH, the project helmed by Wolfgang Van Halen, played their first concert Tuesday night (July 27) at the Bottleneck Night Club in Lawrence, Kan. The gig was a surprise show, announced just a day before the event. Still, that didn’t stop the concert from quickly selling out, […]
Mammoth WVH, the band spearheaded by the talented Wolfgang Van Halen, released their debut album last month. It was a highly-anticipated release, as Wolfgang is one of rock’s most promising rising stars. The self-titled set delivers with a collection of imaginative rock songs that would make Wolfgang’s father, the […]
Have a safe 4th and do it the Mammoth Way!!
Wolfgang Van Halen’s solo project Mammoth WVH has announced seven headline dates, taking place amidst the band’s concerts supporting Guns N’ Roses. Wolfgang comments: “Throwing some headline dates into the mix! LET’S GOOOOOOO!” Headline dates: August 7 – Cleveland, OH – House Of Blues 23 – Seattle, WA – […]
Day #1 of rehearsals @ 5150 for @MammothWVH as they prepare for their upcoming tour. The band is so tight already they are going to blow you away when you see them live! pic.twitter.com/3aYXUy6W4G — David Bertinelli (@davidbertinelli) June 22, 2021 Courtesy Tweet by David Bertinelli
Wolfgang Van Halen spoke with CBS Los Angeles about his new album, late father, Eddie Van Halen, and experience writing about grief and loss.
Wolfgang Van Halen is a vocalist and multi-instrumentalist. When he was 16, he joined Van Halen, playing bass alongside his father, Eddie. Now 30, he’s embarking on a solo career with his first album, “Mammoth WVH.” On Monday, June 14 at 2:00pm ET, the one-man-band joins Washington Post reporter […]
When you have the initials VH anywhere in your name, your rock pedigree is undoubtedly up there with the best of them. MammothWVH consists of a 13 track album with a bonus 14th track the previously released ‘Distance’, the background which we’ll cover later. Wolfgang Van Halen completes all the musical duties, […]
Up a difficult-to-see road, branching off one of the busiest roadways that cuts through Beverly Hills to the San Fernando Valley, is one of the most famous numbers in all of hard rock: 5150. The studio—accessible by navigating several corners of a curvy, gravelly road—sits behind a gate that’s carefully […]