My Favorite Quotes
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 Gary Cherone - “Your woman pisses you off so that gets in there that's rock n roll.”
 Gary Cherone - “You have Extreme and Van Halen and the history that I have with other people I played with. There are some effects that will hopefully break that stereotype.”
 Gary Cherone - “You can tell the difference between songs that were created in a garage and songs that were created in the studio.”
 Gary Cherone - “Whether I sound like Sammy or not is purely coincidence. You have got to hand it to him, he sings his ass off. There is no moss on that stone.”
 Gary Cherone - “When people don't get enough information, they make it up.”
 Gary Cherone - “When I was in Van Halen I was hitting notes that were out of my range. I never went for those registers before until Eddie pulled it out of me.”
 Gary Cherone - “When 5150 came out rock was king. Post Nirvana and Pearl Jam 1996 is a different story.”
 Gary Cherone - “We weren't One Hit Wonders. We had a few hits.”
 Gary Cherone - “There is nothing like singing a song that 20,000 people know and are singing back to you.”
 Gary Cherone - “There is no substitute for jamming and getting to know each other on the road.”
 Gary Cherone - “Michael Anthony is the Diplomat of Rock N Roll. He is the regular guy.”
 Gary Cherone - “It was fun while it lasted, but it never seemed real to me. I could not believe I was in Van Halen.”
 Gary Cherone - “It is not as easy as one would think finding the right people. Coming out of Van Halen, I knew I didn't want to put a three-piece together.”
 Gary Cherone - “If people get to the end of the record, then that is a treat.”
 Gary Cherone - “If I had had a chance to tour with Van Halen before the record, I think it would have been a different record.”
 Gary Cherone - “I was growing up listening to Queen. Freddie Mercury threw those incredible melodies into his songs.”
 Gary Cherone - “I think there are some good players coming up. I think we are at a point where people can swallow a guitar solo in a pop rock record again.”
 Gary Cherone - “I have a little history. I met Stone Temple Pilots, and their guitar player was a huge Extreme fan. Somewhere down the road, Extreme made its statement.”
 Gary Cherone - “I don't know if I have enough guts to do a whole standard jazz record.”
 Gary Cherone - “I am a big Pink Floyd fan. That is where a lot of the concept lyrics come from.”
 Gary Cherone - “When I was singing Jamie's Cryin', people were going out of their mind because it was the first time they got to see Eddie, Michael and Alex play those songs. That was a thrill.”
 Gary Cherone - “The voices on the record, that was trying to treat my voice like guitar players treat guitar tones.”
 Gary Cherone - “I tried to stick with what I knew best, which is writing rock n' roll songs and melodies. I am as passionate as I was when I was 20.”
 Gary Cherone - “They hated Sammy Hagar for 12 years and they hate him to this day.”
 Gary Cherone - “Me and Eddie really hit it off as songwriters and also as just people. It lasted three years. I don't regret one moment. They were great to me.”

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