Sammy Hagar will release a new album on September 24 that will include plenty of star power. The former Van Halen frontman is releasing his first-ever collaborations album, ‘Sammy Hagar and Friends,’  and has called on one of country music’s most recognized voices to contribute to the upcoming project.

Ronnie Dunn joins forces with Hagar for the original tune ‘Bad on Fords and Chevrolets.’ Dunn joins a long list of artists who collaborated with the the Red Rocker for the CD, including Kid Rock, Nancy Wilson from Heart, Journey guitarist Neal Schon and Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith.

The new project will include a mixture of previously unreleased songs and epic covers, including Depeche Mode’s ‘Personal Jesus,’ as well as Bob Seger’s ‘Ramblin’ Gamblin’ Man.’

‘Sammy Hagar and Friends’ is Hagar’s first solo album since ‘Cosmic Universal Fashion’ was released in 2008. He will embark on a solo tour, ‘Four Decades of Rock,’ which will cover his success both as a solo artist and part of his career with Van Halen, Montrose and Chickenfoot. Hagar will invite several guest artists to join him on select dates. See all of his upcoming shows here.