sammyhagar400pix Singer Sammy Hagar will be out on the road promoting his latest project, Are We Having Any Fun Yet?: The Cooking & Partying Handbook, due for publication September 15th.

He will begin the book tour the day before it arrives in stores, appearing at Bookends in Ridgewood, N.J., and he’s currently scheduled to make seven stops in all, finishing on September 23rd at Books Inc. in San Francisco. See the entire itinerary below.

“It’s pretty much the manual for throwing a party and the culinary lifestyle I’ve had on the road my whole life,” Hagar explained. “My grandfather was a chef, and my mom was a great cook. And I have all these chef friends — Emeril Lagasse and all these people that I hang out with and cook with and do charities with. So it’s all about that. All my drink recipes from my different spirits, what to pair while eating and drinking. It’s really fun.”

Are We Having Any Fun Yet? is Hagar’s second attempt at the bestseller lists, following his hit 2011 memoir Red: My Uncensored Life in Rock.

Sammy Hagar 2015 Book Tour:

9/14 – Ridgewood, N.J. (Bookends)
9/15 – Huntington, N.Y. (Book Revue)
9/17 – Naperville, Ill. (Wentz Concert Hall)
9/18 – St. Louis, Mo. (Left Bank Books)
9/20 – Larkspur, Calif. (Diesel)
9/22 – Roseville, Calif. (Barnes & Noble)
9/23 – San Francisco, Calif. (Books Inc.)


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  • Tyger of Pan Tang on

    Sammy should have a show on the Food Network, mixing drinks, then just jamming with friends at one of his clubs.

  • Michael B on

    Chickenfoot is dead because of album sales. Satriani wants to do more, but nobody else is really into it. The reality is that writing and recording songs is time consuming and expensive, and if you don’t get a return on the work you do, you are working for free. You can blame the current state of the music industry for that, just like the zillions of other talented new bands you’ll never hear because people want their music for free.

  • James K. on

    I’ve bought a few books like this one and they’re mostly boring. They’re mostly just “Here’s how to make this drink, blah-blah-blah, and here’s what food to serve with it, blah-blah-blah, and here’s how to make this grilled seafood dish, blah-blah-blah”. But I’m sure Sammy’s book will be a lot more fun and really cool. I’ll definitely buy his book and I’d like to get him to sign my copy but his book tour isn’t coming anywhere near where I live.

  • MetalMania on

    As far as “VH is playing arenas while Sammy sells cookbooks”, I’ll just say I’ve seen Sammy a few times in smaller venues and they’ve been among the most fun shows I’ve ever attended. There isn’t any of the “we’re sitting in the last row of the upper section and nobody’s really into it up here”. EVERYONE is involved in the party and Sammy always did a great job of creating that kind of atmosphere. Regardless of whether it’s a necessity of being less popular (which I’ve never equated with being proportionate to how GOOD a group or artist is), or preference, as a fan I usually enjoy shows more in smaller venues. The only times I think I like bigger venues are if the stage show is elaborate and would overwhelm a smaller space, say like Rush or Iron Maiden. On the other hand – can you imagine getting to see Rush or Maiden in a smaller theater or club? How awesome would that be.

    • Doug R. on

      Absolutely Metal, Sammy is all about having fun! No BS, no drama, SHAKA DOOBIE!

  • brad dawson on

    Thank you Dana for your kind thoughts on Sammy……….easily the classiest guy in the Rock World….my girl and I just scored tix for 2 of the Birthday Bash shows in Cabo !!!!…Mas Tequila at the Tesoro !!

    • Doug R. on

      Enjoy Brad, you’ll have a blast at the bash! I was there for 2 bashes, 2002, and 2007, easily the best times of my life! Mas Tequila!

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