SAMMY HAGAR Premieres New Video For “Knockdown Dragout”

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Last week, Sammy Hagar launched a series of premieres for “Knockdown Dragout” – the anthemic lead track from his highly-anticipated upcoming rock collaborations album, “Sammy Hagar and Friends” – with a high-octane performance on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.

Following his debut TV performance of the track, fans can now watch the video for the new single  below.

“Knockdown Dragout” which features a duet with Kid Rock, and a guitar guest appearance from Joe Satriani, is taken from the “Sammy Hagar & Friends” album which is officially released by Frontiers Records in North America on 24th September, Europe on 27th September, and the UK on 30thSeptember.

Fans can pre-order the Deluxe and Standard versions of “Sammy Hagar and Friends” from www.sammyandfriends.comiTunes, and Amazon UK –Standard Edition / Deluxe Edition.

In addition to the 10-track Standard Edition album, fans can purchase a Deluxe Edition of “Sammy Hagar and Friends,” packaged in a high-glossDigipak. The Deluxe CD/DVD package includes an exclusive bonus audio track, “Space Station #5,” featuring the reunion of the original first Montrosealbum lineup with very special guest, Joe Satriani. In addition the Deluxe Edition includes a 1-hour DVD that includes a “Making of” album documentary, the music video for “Knockdown Dragout,” plus exclusive behind-the-scenes footage.

Fans who pre-order from www.sammyandfriends.com will receive a second exclusive digital bonus track of “Bad Motor Scooter,” also recorded live at the Ronnie Montrose Tribute Concert on 4/27/2012.

Hagar celebrates the release of the album and 40 years in music with his Four Decades of Rock Tour, presented by Sammy’s Beach Bar Rum. The tour kicked off July 26 in Tucson, AZ and will touch down in 13 more cities through September. For album artwork and hi res photos, access the UK press page HERE.

Nikola Savić is a prog enthusiast, blogger and author, in addition to being the founder of Prog Sphere, Progify, ProgLyrics and the ongoing Progstravaganza compilation series.

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