Watch Sammy Hagar Bring Bob Weir, Ronnie Dunn Onstage At The Ryman

By Andrew Magnotta @AndrewMagnotta

March 10, 2022

Sammy Hagar & The Circle had worlds colliding Tuesday night at The Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, with guest appearances from the Grateful Dead's Bob Weir, Brooks & Dunn's Ronnie Dunn and singer-songwriter Gavin DeGraw.

Hagar first brought Weir onstage to sing and play the Buddy Holly classic "Not Fade Away," then beckoned Dunn out to sing a verse, the lyrics of which he read from his phone.

Weir stayed onstage to jam on Led Zeppelin's "Rock & Roll."

Then, just when it seemed that Hagar was out of special guests, he brought out DeGraw for the set closer, Van Halen's 1988 hit "When It's Love."

Check out some fan-shot video of the impromptu Weir and Dunn collaborations via the players above and below.

In addition to their original material, Hagar & The Circle build their sets around classic songs connected to each of the band members, including material from Van Halen, Montrose, Hagar's solo material and a steady helping of Led Zeppelin (on account of drummer Jason Bonham).

Weir performed at the Ryman on Wednesday night with his own band. He's on tour in the U.S. through April.

Brooks & Dunn hit the road again in May.

Hagar & The Circle have dates announced through October 1. See them all here.

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