Eddie Van Halen Son Wolfgang Recalls His Father Death
Eddie Van Halen and Wolfgang Van Halen

Eddie Van Halen‘s son Wolfgang Van Halen recalls his father’s passing away. He opens up about how he feels after his father’s death day and after.

Earlier October 6th, 2020, we heard sad news Eddie Van Halen died at 65 years old at St. John’s Hospital in Santa Monica, California. His wife, Janie, and along with his son Wolfgang Van Halen, and Alex, Eddie’s brother, and his drummer. His doctor’s also reported discovering his cancer had moved to his brain alongside other organs.

During an interview with Sirius XM’s famous show ‘Howard Stern’, Wolfgang Van Halen says what he thinks about his father Eddie Van Halen death:

“I’m awful. It’s terrible. Every day, man, it’s better than others… but overall, it’s like, you know, I think, the pain is still there, always, but you just kinda figure it out how to carry it be better it times goes on. But it’s always gonna hurt.

You think that you and your dad had such a close relationship because you had that musical band. I mean, if you could speak your father’s language. That’s the gift in the curse of it. You know, we had such a close connection… and now for the rest of my life – there is no way I’ll never think about him, no matter what I do, which is good – but it also hurts a lot.”

Also yesterday, Wolfgang Van Halen honors his father with a song titled “Distance” with a tribute music video. You can watch and listen below!

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