David Lee Roth’s Stage Worn Gold Wardrobe Being Sold Online


December 10, 2009

David Lee Roth's Stage Worn Gold Wardrobe Being Sold OnlineA one of a kind Diamond David Lee Roth worn, custom made tour stage wardrobe is being sold on eBay.com

In the eyes of countless hard rock fans, David Lee Roth is the prototypical front man. With a flamboyant, larger-than-life stage presence and a party hearty/surfer dude persona (not to mention his acrobatic leaps, long mane of blond hair, and skintight spandex outfits), David Lee Roth was an integral part of Van Halen’s meteoric rise to global dominance from 1978 through 1984.

By 1977, the quartet was signed to Warner Bros, and 1978 saw the release of their landmark self-titled debut, one of rock’s all-time great recordings. Mixing heavy metal riffs with punk’s fury, Van Halen was onto a whole new sound, which resulted in the band taking the world by storm.

With that said this is an extremely rare original, one of a kind Diamond David Lee Roth worn, custom made tour stage wardrobe. This complete wardrobe set was worn by Rock N’ Roll Hall Of Famer Diamond Dave Lee Roth of Van Halen, this particular costume was worn on the Sam & Dave tour back in 2002 and on Dave’s solo touring. This particular DLR wardrobe is truly in pristine condition with no holes or tears to the jacket or pants, I have a few other full wardrobe sets but this one is in the best condition . Both the pants and jacket were made by a well known high end fashion designer by the name of Maggie Barry (google her) just for Dave, Maggie Barry has designed the stage wardrobe for DLR since 1999. So you are getting a wardrobe that was specifically made for the man himself. This wardrobe was worn on Dave’s TV appearance on VH1, a documentary on the Sam & Dave tour, Dave wore this wardrobe on the 4 of July VH1 special that he hosted. This item is for die-hard Diamond Dave / Van Halen fans and also a great chance to own a real piece of rock history, and not likely seen again anywhere else other than behind glass at The Hard Rock Cafe or The Rock N’ Roll Hall Of Fame Museum.

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