David Lee Roth Shares A Memory Of His Late Dog Russell With A Reference To Texas Winter Storm


Former Van Halen frontman David Lee Roth shared a post on his official Twitter page revealing another artwork from his ‘Soggy Bottom’ series, however, this time Roth preferred to use a picture with his deceased dog rather than a drawing to create his art.

As you may already know, David Lee Roth is widely known for his hand-drawn comic series named ‘Soggy Bottom,’ which often are illustrations related to current issues and incidents in the world, conveyed by Roth’s perspective as an artist and he has been sharing his drawings both on his official website and social media accounts since the coronavirus pandemic started.

While most of the ‘Soggy Bottom’ consists of hand-drawn illustrations, David Lee Roth made a change in his artwork for the last Valentine’s Day as he shared an old picture with his late dog, Russell. Roth’s beloved dog Russell who has been with him throughout all of his tours and performances, unfortunately, passed away at the age of 12, earlier in 2019.

Recently, David Lee Roth shared a post on his official Twitter page revealing a brand new artwork that included another picture of him and his Australian Cattle Dog. Roth used a reference to the winter storm that happened in Texas which caused at least 58 people to lose their lives in storm-battered areas while sharing a memory with his deceased dog.

Here is what Roth said:

Waitin’ out the winter with our friends from Texas

Stay Frosty y’all.”

You can see the Twitter post below.