"Bond of Union" album which sees Berry joined by former Sammy Hagar and Boston guitarist Gary Phil, ex- Sammy Hagar, Montrose, and Night Ranger keyboard man Alan Fitzgerald, and another ex- Hagar band player, drummer David Lauser. Not too heavy, not too light – just perfect, middle of the road classic melodic rock, with keyboards mixing equally with guitars and smooth vocals gliding over everything.
The red rocker returns with a 17 track collection of live greatest hits that spans his entire career! From his work with the seminal band Montrose, through his days with the mighty Van Halen and his work as a platinum selling solo artist, Hallelujah is a must have for any fan of Sammy Hagar and good ole' rock and roll! The CD also includes some very special, once in a lifetime performances with ex Van Halen singer Gary Cherone who joins Sammy for "when its love" and Van Halen bassist Michael Anthony who lends his signature bass talents and backup vocals to "Right Now."
Boasting no-frills production and brash hard rock ideals, the Red Rocker's third post-Van Halen release is everything Sammy Hagar fans could hope for. Opting for an indie label release, NOT 4 SALE makes no attempt to be trendy or contemporary. Possibly not since Ronnie James Dio's glory days has a rock singer rallied for us to "stand up and shout" as Sammy directs in the album's instantly anthemic opener, "Stand Up." Be it with rocked-up John Mellencamp grooves ("Things Have Changed") or a cleverly arranged Led Zeppelin medley ("Whole Lotta Zep"), the Waboritas have come into their own as a formidable band. The passion and spirit of many different facets of Sammy's career (his Van Halen years included) show up on NOT 4 SALE.