Van Halen, generally known as “Wolfie,” cleared up rumors he was taking his father’s place because the band’s guitarist.
“You can’t have Van Halen without Eddie Van Halen. I’m not my dad. I’m not going to replace him,” he mentioned. “I’ve spent my life making sure I’m not like him and I’m my own person.”
He added that outdoors of a doable tribute present sooner or later and archival releases farther down the road, Van Halen is finished.
“I don’t have a dad anymore and I’m coming to terms with that,” he continued. “So, I think fans can come to the terms with the fact that we’re not going to have Van Halen anymore. The music is going to live on forever, but you can’t continue without Eddie Van Halen.”
On coping along with his loss, he informed Stern: “I’m awful. It’s terrible. Every day, man. Some days are better than others. The pain is still there always, but you just kind of figure out how to carry it a little better as time goes on. But it’s always gonna hurt.”
He added, “That’s the gift and the curse of it. We had such a close connection and now, for the rest of my life, there’s no way I’ll never be able to think about him no matter what I do — which is good but also hurts a lot.”