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Monsignor William Hodge of St. Nicholas Roman Catholic Church in Atlantic City N.J., left, thanks rocker Sammy Hagar for a $10,000 donation to his church's food pantry on May 18, 2012. The former Van Halen singer told The Associated Press he's not surprised the Van Halen tour appears to be crumbling, with dozens of dates postponed.

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Hagar: Not surprised at Van Halen tour woes

Right now, Sammy Hagar is awfully glad he's not in Van Halen anymore. The legendary rock band he led for more than a decade after replacing David Lee Roth in 1986 launched a tour in February with Roth back at the helm. But Van Halen on Thursday postponed dozens of shows this summer that had been scheduled for months, without giving a reason.

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