(NEW YORK) -- Former Van Halen frontman Sammy Hagar says he would get back into a recording studio with his former bandmates.
Hagar spoke to Rolling Stone to promote his forthcoming autobiography, Red: My Uncensored Life In Rock, and said, "I would love to make another record with Van Halen. If Eddie was totally cool and was back to the guy I used to know, or a new guy, not the guy I knew the last time."
In Hagar's book, the Red Rocker says he's completely open with all the details of what went on during his time in Van Halen. Hagar says he wasn't worried about "burning bridges" because "If you choose to write an autobiography, which I did, then you only have one shot."
Red: My Uncensored Life In Rock is in stores on March 15.
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