David Lee Roth Reminisces The Memories Of His Deceased Dog While Celebrating Valentine’s Day

Van Halen’s legendary frontman David Lee Roth posted another piece of his artwork series on Twitter, however, this time he shared a lovely picture with his late dog, Russell, and celebrated upcoming Valentine’s Day by recalling his happy moments with him.

The multitalented musician David Lee Roth has been working on his artworks which he often uses as a tool to criticize certain social and political matters around the world. In the illustrations he shares via his Twitter account, Roth sometimes portrays his favorite memories from his personal life or professional career which always manages to impress his devoted fans.

Recently, Van Halen icon posted the latest piece of his highly-anticipated artwork series titled ‘Soggy Bottom’ on his official Twitter account. Yet, in his new piece of art, Roth seems to change his usual style completely by using an old picture of himself with his beloved late dog instead of a drawing.

As you may remember, earlier in 2019, David Lee Roth’s 12-year-old Australian Cattle Dog, Russell, sadly passed away. Russell was known for being always with Roth during all of his travels for Van Halen shows around the world. His bark was even immortalized on Van Halen’s song ‘Honeybabysweetiedoll‘ on the ‘A Different Kind of Truth’ album.

In his latest post, David paid tribute to Russell by referring to him as the face that he remembered on a day that the world celebrates love. Roth also wished his fans a happy Valentine’s Day that they can celebrate with their loved ones.

Here is what David Lee Roth wrote as a caption of his picture with Russell:

There are faces I remember

Happy Valentine’s.”

You can see the tweet David Lee Roth posted on Twitter and also listened to Russell’s barking at 3:19 into Van Halen’s ‘Honeybabysweetiedoll’ on Youtube below.