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David Lee Roth (born October 10, 1954 in Bloomington,
Indiana) is an American rock vocalist, songwriter, actor, author and
radio personality. He best known for his work with the band Van Halen and his fast-talking, oversized personality. David
Lee Roth, who also goes by the name of Diamond Dave, rose to
prominence in the 1970s Los Angeles rock scene as the lead singer of
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Soon after Van Halen's debut, David Lee Roth became well-known for his acrobatic showmanship, and outrageous off-stage behaviour. He became a media celebrity; his ribald witticisms were frequently quoted. Although often noted more for physical than for technical prowess, David Lee Roth's bluesy baritone voice and distinctive screams, along with his often humorous and campy lyrics, were integral to Van Halen's sound. David Lee Roth was able to take his voice into a multi-pitched wheeze/rasp, almost like a train whistle, that few can imitate successfully.
Soon after Van Halen released the single "Jump" in 1984, tensions boiled over between David Lee Roth and his bandmates. In early 1985, while still a member of Van Halen, he released a solo EP of off-beat standards, which became wildly popular. He left the band later that year.
David Lee Roth assembled a band that many considered a supergroup, composed of guitarist Steve Vai, bass player Billy Sheehan and drummer Greg Bissonette. The band's debut album, Eat'em and Smile, saw David Lee Roth return to hard rock music and met with considerable commercial success. The "Eat'em and Smile Tour" was one of the most successful concert tours of 1986. In 1990, David Lee Roth released A Little Ain't Enough, a basic hard rock album, produced by Bob Rock that achieved RIAA gold status.
In 2006, David Lee Roth continues to tour and has stated in an interview that he wouldn't be surprised if Van Halen reuinted in the near future.