Sammy Hagar and Rick Springfield are making plans for a 'Beach Bar' tour once the pandemic is finally over.
The rockers - who launched 'Rick & Sammy's Beach Bar Rum' last year - envision a tour where "we just throw this big party at the beach bar". Hagar adds "we may be in the middle of Iowa, but we're gonna bring the beach". No firm concert dates are set just yet, but Hagar says they're hoping to tour at least the U.S. and Australia.
Meanwhile, Rick Springfield has kept busy during the lockdown - the singer says he's recorded not one, but two full albums in the last year. Springfield told Forbes that one album is "very Beatle-driven, very pop, '60's British invasion", recorded with legendary session musicians Gregg and Matt Bissonette. The other album he described as a "dark, dark album" recorded with "a friend of mine in Australia". Springfield said he doesn't watch TV or play video games, so his answer to pandemic boredom was to "pick up a guitar".
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