Sunday October 24th, 2021 12:42PM

LISTEN: Remembering the musical genius of Eddie Van Halen with a couple of guys who knew him

By Mornings on Maine Street

Brad Tolinski and Chris Gill spent countless hours interviewing and just hanging out with Eddie Van Halen. They spent time on Mornings on Maine street talking about their new book "Eruption: Conversations with Eddie Van Halen."

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