Zakk Wylde is a legendary guitar virtuoso who has played with and for some of the best known acts in the business including a decades long stint with Ozzy Osbourne, his own band Black Label Society, and most recently announced as the touring guitar player for the upcoming Pantera reunion. Zakk recently partnered with Riffhard to release “Zakk Wylde Berzerker Guitar Camp,” the ULTIMATE Zakk Wylde guitar course.https://zakkwyldeguitarcamp.comOn this episode: Playing other people’s solos with respect and honor Why you should know your scales Vibrato is the most uniquely identifiable trait for a guitarist The real reason that Ozzy picked Zakk Why Zakk decided to learn chicken pickin The incredible challenge of replicating someone’s tone How the No More Tears solo is structured How Zakk developed his unique sound on guitar Zakk’s writings process: writing on the guitar vs hearing it in his head first The devil is in the details when playing guitar. Every detail matters. Why Zakk doesn’t sweep If you’re going to invest the time in learning something, make sure it’s something you love The one way that piano helped Zakk’s guitar playing Want to level up your guitar game? Check out Riffhard.When you sign up, you'll get access to: Over 100 video tutorials with tabs A chance to enter our monthly King Of The Riff contest Livestream Q&As and other events Our private community Be sure to follow Riffhard on Instagram and Facebook.Follow Eyal Levi on Instagram.Follow John Browne on Instagram.Like this show? Please leave us a 5-star review - even one sentence helps! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Zane welcomes rock royalty Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne into the studio to discuss Ozzy's latest album "Patient Number 9". They talk about their move back to England, family journey and speak to Andrew Watt about the making of the album.
Hello friends! Legendary bass player, Rudy Sarzo from Ozzy Osbourne, Quiet Riot, Whitesnake, Blue Oyster Cult, The Guess Who and many more is guest for episode 1200! Rudy is currently on tour with Quiet Riot again and they're gearing up to celebrate the 40th anniversary of their classic album, Metal Health next year. Go to quietriot.band for tour dates, merch and more. We have a fantastic conversation about leaving Ozzy's band after Randy Rhoads' death, moving to the U.S. from Cuba, the Miami music scene of the early 70's, his thoughts on sub-bass frequencies, the Quiet Riot line-up, understanding religion through quantum physics, playing with so many legacy bands and much more. I had a great time getting to know Rudy. I'm sure you will too. Let's get down! Get the best, full-spectrum CBD products from True Hemp Science and enter code HDIGH for a special offer from How Did I Get Here?
Ozzy Osbourne is BACK! | TV Shows With Great Theme Songs | David Strickland Interview
Innersleeve Music Podcast
Hey everyone! This week on Innersleeve, we are joined by Canadian engineer and producer, David Strickland! We discuss his new album ‘Spirit Of Hip Hop’, collaborating with 10+ artists on the project, his recent NFT collection, roots in Toronto starting as a DJ, coming up with famed Drake producer OVO ‘40’, Drake’s impact on the Toronto music scene and much more! Joe and Cassius open the show discussing Ozzy Osbourne’s return to music and the SoundMojo community tab! David Strickland: https://davidstricklandstudios.com/Subscribe to SoundMojo: https://wmojo.com/soundmojo-subscribe
Robert Trujillo (Metallica, Infectious Grooves, ex-Suicidal Tendencies, ex-Ozzy Osbourne)
The Ex-Man with Doc Coyle
Doc welcomes Metallica bass player, Robert Trujillo, to the show and they talk about Rob's early influences in R&B and Funk growing up in LA, how guitarist Rocky Goerge helped get him to join Suicidal Tendencies, how his funk bass playing style influenced Suicidal's sound, what led to the creation of Infectious Grooves, how one opportunity led to the next and he ended up playing with Ozzy, forming a community of musicians that he admires, how he developed his approach to professionalism within his career, how he has avoided the "rock star" attitude that plagues so many successful musicians, the real story behind him nailing his Metallica audition, and his advice on how to manage emotions and personalities within a band environment.This episode features the songs "Falling Out" by Vallion, "Too Far" by Budderside, and "ManUNkind" by Metallica.Follow Robert on Instagram @RobTrujillo and @RobertTrujillo on TwitterFollow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoylePlease support this episode's sponsor Vallion at vallionfl.com Please support this episode's sponsor Budderside at www.budderside.comPlease support this episode's sponsor Good Company with Scott Bowling at https://www.scottgoodcompany.com/Listen to more great podcasts like this at soundtalentmedia.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
All Aboard, Ha Ha Ha Ha... (Tony Zaret on BLIZZARD OF OZZ by Ozzy Osbourne)
Networking With Satan
Comedian Tony Zaret (Tony Zaret) joins the program to discuss Ozzy Osbourne's sleek, blistering, and lovably excessive Blizzard of Ozz. Then, board-certified Shred Consultant Jacob Lie (Adult Swim) takes us through the music theory and guitar techniques showcased in the album's masterpiece, "Mr. Crowley." Special thanks to house band Count Morgulloch for this week's theme song, “Painting A Facsimile Of A Highway Tunnel Underpass Onto The Side Of A Cliff In Order To Trick And Capture Your Prey, Only To Watch Him Quickly Breeze Through It Unhindered, And Then Trying To Run After Him And Smashing Face First Into The Solid Rock (And Subsequently Being Defiled By Vultures)”. Follow Tony Zaret and Jacob Lie on Twitter and Instagram. Count Morgulloch track produced by Alex Amlie-Wolf.
“Make your OWN MISTAKES” Gus G - Ozzy Osbourne, Firewind
Everyone Loves Guitar
On this Gus G interview: An incredibly grounded person, Gus talks candidly about playing with Ozzy (and a funny Ozzy story), why he prefers living in Greece, why he left Berklee, his top 3 musical experiences, his signature Jackson guitar & Blackstar amp, Tony Iommi, John Lennon, being mindful of others, most difficult thing he’s had to do, GREAT stuff: Cool Guitar & Music T-Shirts! http://www.GuitarMerch.com Gus played the biggest stages worldwide, between 2009 - 2017 as a member of Ozzy Osbourne’s band, and played on Ozzy’s album Scream. He’s also the founder of Firewind, releasing 8 LPs and touring around the world with the band, and has also released 3 solo LPs Subscribe & Website: https://www.everyonelovesguitar.com/subscribe Support this show: http://www.everyonelovesguitar.com/support
Ep 89 Rudy Sarzo (Quiet Riot, Whitesnake, Ozzy Osbourne): On this episode of The Rock N Roll & Coffee Show I sit down with legendary bassist Rudy Sarzo to discuss his career, first meeting Frankie Banali, Randy Rhoads, Kevin Dubrow, joining Ozzy Osbourne, Quiet Riot and Whitesnake. Rudy also gives me an update on NEW Quiet Riot music for 2022, and more! Thanks for listening! This conversation and all conversations are available audio and video on all platforms (Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Pandora, YouTube) FOLLOW & SUBSCRIBE! Follow the show on social media: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rnrcoffeeshow Twitter: https://twitter.com/rnrcoffeeshow Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rnrcoffeeshow To get your Rock N' Roll & Coffee Show merchandise please visit http://www.RNRcoffeeshow.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rnrcoffeeshow/support
Episode 3 Ozzy Osbourne No More Tears feat. Mick Watkins
Rock All Over You Podcast
It´s 1991. Hair Metal is fading and grunge is on the verge of taking over. What was the Prince Of Darkness the Godfather of Heavy Metal doing in this time. Grab some beer bite the head off a bat as we are joined by returning guest Mick Watkins to discuss Ozzy´s first album of the 90s and what many consider the last classic sounding Ozzy album No More Tears
Zakk Wylde (Black Label Society/ Ozzy Osbourne/ Pride and Glory)
Scars and Guitars
The new album from Black Label Society is out now, and it's called Doom Crew Inc. The album acts as the catalyst for the conversation with Zakk. The 12-track album is both a tribute to the band's "first to bleed, last to leave'' road crew and a salute to the legion whose support, stretching back to 1998, rivals that of the KISS Army. The stomping, heavy, bluesy, recklessly unhinged hard-rock-metal quartet are part invading horde and part travelling carnival - summoning caffeine-fuelled cacophony on records and the stage. of course, we cover a heap of other topics related to Zakk's magnificent career!