Eddie Van Halen’s son Wolfgang shares tribute on anniversary of his death

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“I’m not well. I don’t think I’ll ever be well”

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Eddie Van Halen’s son, Wolfgang, has posted a tribute to his father on the first anniversary of his death.

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Eddie died of throat cancer on October 6, 2020. Following the news of his death, tributes poured in from members of AC/DC, KISS, Museum and Pearl Jam.


In his post on social media, Wolfgang said that he was “without being here trying to do his best”. [Eddie], but it’s really fucking hard”.

“You fought so hard for so long, but still you were taken,” wrote Wolfgang, “that’s so unfair.”

He continued: “I’m not well. I don’t think I’ll ever be well. I wish I could show you so many things I wish I could share with you. I wish I could laugh with you again. I wish I could see you again.” I miss you so much, I feel hurt.

“I love you with all my heart, Pop. Look at me.”

In addition to being Eddie’s son, Wolfgang was also Van Halen’s bassist since 2006.


Over the past year, Wolfgang has released his self-titled debut album with his band Mammoth WVH and toured with Guns N’ Roses. At one point, Wolfgang joined the band on stage during a performance of ‘Paradise City’.

“Wolfgang Van Halen, do you know how cool it is to say that? We’re talking legacy,” frontman Axl Rose said at the concert.

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