The man behind the iconic Van Halen song “Barely Legal” was a lifelong hippie who converted to Christianity.
And when he discovered he was HIV positive, Van Zandt began to believe in his own power to change things.
“I believed in God and I believed in a lot of things,” he told The Associated Press.
“But I was also an addict, I was addicted to drugs, and I was a drug addict, so I knew that I was on drugs.”
He spent his twenties and thirties in rehab, but he had a new life when he returned to the spotlight with the 1980s band, Van Halens, and their hit single, “Bereavement.”
After van Halen broke up in the early ’80s, Van zandts popularity grew exponentially.
By the time he was 70, he had sold over 100 million albums and had been nominated for seven Grammy Awards.
But his story isn’t just one of a lifetime in rock music.
“There are many people that have had a great life but ended up in a bad place, and that’s what happened to me,” Van Zands mother told the AP in a 2007 interview.
“In the end, it’s up to us to change the world.”
After Van Zans mother died, he went back to the rehab program he had been in, but it wasn’t enough to heal his addiction.
“He didn’t want to go back,” Van zands daughter, Tia, told the Associated Press, adding that Van Zanders mother had a “different way of life.”
But in 1987, Vanzandt released his first album, “Hippie Van.”
A year later, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
“Hollywood loves a hippy,” he said at the time.
“So you have to be like that.”
In 1990, he released his second album, Van Steen.
He has been nominated and inducted in the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall Of Fame eight times.
“What Van Z and Van Steens story proves is that it doesn’t matter what your politics are, it doesn.
It doesn’t mean that you are the enemy,” he wrote in his autobiography.
“It means you can change the whole world.”
Van ZANDT ON “HIPPIE VAN” Van Zandts latest album, titled “Hippy Van,” is out now and has sold over 90 million albums.
It’s not just the album that Van zanded, it has also made him an icon for the progressive movement.
“I don’t think you can have a political agenda and then have no message,” he added.
And he also said that while he is a Christian, he is not a Christian activist.
“You don’t preach Jesus to everybody,” he explained.
“If you preach Jesus, you can’t have a message.
And if you preach a message, you don’t get any of the benefits.”
“The message of the Hippy Van” is that you can transform the world and become the best version of yourself.
It’s a message that can’t be taught, explained Van Zandi.
This isn’t the first time Van Zanded has spoken out on social issues.
In the past, he has spoken on gay rights and drug use and his political beliefs have been questioned by some, including by some in the evangelical Christian community.
Van Zandan has spoken at many religious events, but in recent years, his political views have also become increasingly outspoken.
The Hippy van song is called “The Bible is my bible,” and the video is titled “God’s New Book of Life.”
The video for “HIPPER VAN,” which debuted in May and is now available on YouTube, features Van zandan speaking on the topic of gay marriage and the drug war, as well as his personal story of addiction and drug addiction.
He said in the video that “HipPER Vans message is the most important message of my life,” and he said he has no intention of being divisive.
“This is the first album where I’m not a bigot,” he continued.
“My message is, ‘I’m the best of the best, and if you have problems, just talk to me.
I know I can help.'”
“If I had a problem, I would have talked to somebody,” he also added.
“The truth is that I don’t have problems.”
As a child, VanZandt grew up in an all-white, predominately middle-class family.
His parents worked as the primary breadwinners, and Vanzandi says he was never asked for money.
When he was in his teens, Vanzanans mother told him that he would be “the