Eric Stonestreet Posts the Best Video of Valerie Bertinelli at Van Halen Show

Valerie Bertinelli couldn’t have been prouder on Monday night as she watched her son Wolfgang Van Halen rock out with his band on Hollywood Boulevard.

But could she just move a little to the side? She’s blocking someone’s view!

Van Halen Announces Summer Tour Dates, First U.S. TV Performance with David Lee Roth

Van Halen fans have good reason to rock out this summer – if you live in North America, chances are the band is coming near you.

David Lee Roth, EMT: 9 Stars with Surprising Post-Fame Careers

Navigating the spotlight can be tricky. Navigating the end of the spotlight can be even trickier.

Some stars move into logically-connected careers (Mark Hamill’s largest post-Luke Skywalker role was voicing The Joker for Batman: The Animated Series).

Then again, some stars … don’t. These are nine stars with the post-fame careers that we (and maybe they) never saw coming.

Patrick Wilson Fronts a Van Halen Cover Band

Fans recognize Patrick Wilson from his CBS drama A Gifted Man, but his friends know him as a die-hard Van Halen fan – with a family cover band to boot.

“You’re defined by your older brothers or sisters’ music,” explains the actor, 38, who was turned on to the band decades ago by his elder brothers Paul and Mark. “It’s always been this hilarious passion.”

Sammy Hagar: I Really Think I Was Contacted by Aliens

Long before there was Van Halen, there may have been Van Alien.

Sammy Hagar, the onetime lead singer of the heavy metal band, writes in his new memoir that he once dreamed he was contacted by aliens in the foothills above Fontana, Calif.

But was it really a dream?

“That happened. That friggin’ happened, I’ll tell you right now,” the rocker, 62, tells MTV Hive.

Van Halen Reschedules Concerts

Van Halen plans to go back on the road next month, rescheduling concerts postponed due to guitarist Eddie Van Halen’s mystery illness.

The new tour dates were announced on the rock band’s Web site, with no update given on Eddie’s health.

Van Halen suspended its North American reunion tour of sold-out venues earlier this month after announcing the 53-year-old musician was “undergoing a battery of comprehensive medical tests.”

Eddie Van Halen and son Wolfgang at press conference

Eddie Van Halen, 52, poses with son Wolfgang, 16, at a Van Halen press conference on Aug. 13, during which the band announced Wolfgang’s inclusion on their fall tour as a guitarist. Check out what mom Valerie Bertinelli, 47, had to say about it.

Valerie Bertinelli a 'Proud Momma' at Van Halen Reunion

Van Halen held a press conference Monday to announce that they’re finally hitting the road with their newest member, 16-year-old Wolfgang Van Halen.

And cheering him on was his biggest fan: his mother, Valerie Bertinelli.

“That’s my job now to be the proud momma and I am,” says Bertinelli, who snapped photos of her son, whom she calls Wolfie, as he stood next to his father Eddie Van Halen on a small stage at the Four Seasons Hotel in Los Angeles. They were joined by drummer Alex Van Halen and David Lee Roth, who is back as lead singer.

David Lee Roth Reuniting with Van Halen

After more than two decades apart, the rock group Van Halen and its original lead singer, David Lee Roth, are reuniting.

The band announced Friday that Roth, 52, will front the heavy metal quartet on a 40-show summer tour. This will be the first time Roth has performed with the band since 1984, after which Sammy Hagar sang lead. (Roth briefly rejoined the band in 1996, but didn’t perform with them at the time.)

“I am very excited to get back to the core of what made Van Halen,” lead guitarist Eddie Van Halen, 52, said in a statement.

Van Halen, R.E.M. Set for Rock Hall

Van Halen, Patti Smith, the Ronettes, R.E.M. and Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five are the latest acts to be tapped for inclusion in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

“R.E.M. and myself in particular are really terrible at looking backward. We kind of as a band continually look forward so it’s really fantastic that someone, especially the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, are looking backward to recognize the work that we’ve done,” R.E.M lead singer Michael Stipe told the Associated Press.