Singer Sammy Hagar told Fox News that his music and business accomplishments have exceeded his wildest dreams.
“I’ve had so many dreams that I never dreamt, you know, come true. I, of course, all I really dreamt about was someday being a rock star, rich and famous guy, you know, and being able to take care of my mother and my family well, have a beautiful home, beautiful cars.
”That was it. You know, a gold record maybe on the wall.”
“My gut is really what guides me. If I feel something’s right, I do it. If I don’t, I don’t do it. I’m not interested in doing things just for money. And I think that’s part of the success. I’m passionate about what I choose to do with my time, especially at my age now. I’m going, ‘How much time do I have to live?’
”I wrote a song called ”Father Time”; it’s on my latest record, ”Crazy Times”. And it’s all about that: how much time do I have left? I need to do things that are important to me now. I’m not success-, money-, fame-and-fortune-driven. Now I’m driven by things that I’ve never done that I wanna do.”