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2/3/12: Pat Walker Confronts Mind, Spirit With Sammy Hagar’s Help

In this wonderful review of DANCE OF THE ELECTRIC HUMMINGBIRD, The Improper Arts online magazine says, “Released via the same maverick company,Square One Publishers (via theirRainbow Ridgeimprint), the book falls into that same revolutionary category as “Taking Woodstock” by Elliot Tiber . Released several years back, it became not only a best seller, but a movie from director Ang Lee.

‘Dance of the Electric Hummingbird,’ deserves to create the same excitement. A great read for sure.”

Read the entire article here: The Improper

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12/22/11: Aquarius Magazine Features Excerpt from Dance of the Electric Hummingbird

Aquarius Magazine recently devoted an entire front page to Pat’s book, Dance of the Electric Hummingbird, including an excerpt detailing Pat’s out-of-body experience during a rock concert by Sammy Hagar.

Read the article here: Aquarius-Atlanta

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12/20/11: “Best of You Today” Features Article on Patricia Walker and Spiritual Enlightenment

In the article “See How Spiritual Enlightenment Came Looking for Patricia Walker,” Best of You Today discusses Pat’s awakening in an intimate interview, beginning with her out-of-body experience at a rock concert by Sammy Hagar and emphasizing how these things can sometimes happen when we least expect it.

Read the article here: BestofYouToday

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Dec. 6, 2011: Ultimate Classic Rock Picks Up the Story of “Dance of the Electric Hummingbird”

Since it’s mention on the Van Halen News Desk website last weekend, “Dance of the Electric Hummingbird”, along with Sammy Hagar’s endorsement stating that this book is “a MUST-READ for redheads”, many media outlets have picked up the story, including Ultimate Classic Rock, which enjoys a following of nearly half a million readers.

A big thank you to all of you out there spreading the word!

Please click here to view the article: Ultimate Classic Rock.

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Van Halen News Desk Sparks Interest in “Dance of the Electric Hummingbird”

Saturday, Dec. 3, 2011, the Van Halen News Desk, one of the leading websites for information on Eddie Van Halen, Alex Van Halen, David Lee Roth, Sammy Hagar, Michael Anthony, Chickenfoot, Cabo Wabo and all things Van Halen, ran a story about Pat’s book, DANCE OF THE ELECTRIC HUMMINGBIRD, titled, “Sammy Hagar: Dance of the Electric Hummingbird ‘A Must-Read for Redheads.’”

Please click here to view the story: Van Halen News Desk

Although the post incited both positive and negative comments, primarily due to the fact that the Van Halen News Desk website is not exlusively dedicated to Hagar, but to all past and present members of the legendary rock band, the article seems to have caught the attention of some major names in cyberspace.

As of this writing, the VHND post is being discussed at Bravewords.com, and at Ultimate Classic Rock , which we’re told has nearly half a million subscribers. The mentions keep coming in, and so do the comments on www.vhnd.com, so if you’re in need of a little entertainment, you might want to check it out.

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The December 2011 issue of Asana Journal features an interview with Pat Walker on her new book Dance of the Electric Hummingbird.

It was an honor to be interviewed recently by the international voice on yoga and spirituality.   -Pat Walker, Asana Journal

Read the article here: Asana Journal

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  1. Rich, I am not sure if you know this but Ed writes all the bass lines and even lays down the tkrcas in the studio. I assume he later shows them to Micheal. I am in no way trying to bring Micheal down because he is a good bass player. I just thought I would let you know. With that being said, I know that Balance was recorded live so I think that may have been the only album that Micheal may have actually played on the studio recordings.

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