Sammy Hagar Announces The Release Of Remastered Version Of ‘Sam I Am’ Music Video
Former Van Halen singer and the frontman of The Circle, Sammy Hagar has announced on a recent Instagram post that he has released his ‘Sam I Am’ music video remastered in 4K.
Also known as The Red Rocker, Sammy Hagar became widely famous in the 1970s with the band Montrose. Pursuing a successful solo career afterward, he achieved commercial success when he replaced David Lee Roth as the lead singer of Van Halen between 1985 and 1996. As a member of Van Halen, Hagar was also inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame.
Formed by Sammy Hagar, the band The Waboritas released the album ‘Livin’ It Up’ on July 25, 2006, making this year its 15th anniversary. The semi-based lifestyle album featured songs about enjoying the life of a beach dweller which were covered by Hagar. Following its release, Hagar and The Waboritas also released a live DVD titled ‘Livin’ It Up In St. Louis’ which included several songs from the record.
As seen in his recent Instagram post, Sammy Hagar announced the release of a remastered version of the music video of ‘Sam I Am,’ for the 15th anniversary of ‘Livin’ It Up.’ Stating that the song was co-written by Bob and Nicole Daspit, he said that it was Nicole’s concept probably being fun to write as it was to sing. Hagar also said that the song and its video sum up his past career while adding that it might be the time to write the second part.
“This song was co-written by Bob and Nicole Daspit who was my producer at that time. It was Nicole’s concept and it was probably as much fun to write as it was to sing. This video and the song together pretty much sum up my career from that time back. Maybe it’s time to write part two.
Check out the official music video for ‘Sam I Am‘, remastered in 4K for the ‘Livin’ It Up’ 15th album anniversary today!”
Below is the newly shared music video of ‘Sam I Am’ remastered in 4K.