Alright, so Van Halen might've scored their first number one album in 1986 with Sammy Hagar singing, but we all know that that's not the real rock n' roll we want and need. 5150 wasn't the Van Halen we knew and loved, it was different. And not in a good way. And even then, 1984 only came in at number two behind Michael Jackson's Thriller so you can't really blame the band. But when David Lee Roth left the band, he didn't just wait for good fortune to come his way, he started making things happen for himself. He recruited Steve Vai, Billy Sheehan, and Gregg Bissonette to start his solo career off right, the way a real rocker would. This AUTOGRAPHED vintage World Tour from 1986 shirt is an early solo David Lee Roth tee, but for any fan of the man himself or of those great early Van Halen records, this is Roth in his prime. There is heavy storage wear and discoloration due to its age, but this shirt is great item for any 80s rocker.