Wolfgang Van Halen Wishes Eddie Was Here To See How Successful His Song ‘Distance’ Has Become
Former Van Halen bassist Wolfgang Van Halen shared a post on his official Twitter page announcing that his debut single as MammothWVH, ‘Distance’ peaked on the Billboard’s Mainstream Rock Airplay chart and thanked his fans for their support in addition to stating that he would want his father, late Van Halen guitarist Eddie Van Halen to see this.
As many of you know, Wolfgang Van Halen has released his debut solo single as MammothWVH, ‘Distance’ nearly four months ago as a tribute act to his father, bandmate, and legendary guitarist Eddie Van Halen. Wolfgang’s single was also accompanied by a music video that included old footage of Eddie from the day when Wolfgang was only a baby to the last days of his father.
After the release of ‘Distance,’ Wolfgang Van Halen received mixed reviews from his fans since some people could not help themselves but comparing him with his father, Eddie Van Halen, however, those who are true supporters of Wolfgang praised his work and stated that he’s not his father, he’s a talented musician.
Overall, apparently, his fans loved listening to ‘Distance’ since Wolfgang Van Halen recently shared a post on his official Twitter page announcing that his single officially is the number one on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Airplay chart.
In addition to this thrilling news, Wolfgang also thanked both his fans for listening to his song and all the MammothWVH team who has been there during the creation of ‘Distance.’ While Wolfgang expressed his gratitude with this announcement, he also stated that he would want his father, Eddie Van Halen to see this as well.
Here is what Wolfgang said:
“Our first single ‘Distance’ is official #1 on the Billboard. Mainstream Rock Airplay chart. Thank you so much for listening, and thank you to the incredible MammothWVH team. Wish you were here to see this, Pop“
You can see the Twitter post and listen to ‘Distance’ below.
Wish you were here to see this, Pop ❤️ pic.twitter.com/hFhO17GNRZ
— Wolf Van Halen (@WolfVanHalen) February 23, 2021