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Two guitar legends team up for a blistering version of blues classic
Joe Bonamassa and Zakk Wylde, two modern day guitar legends on one stage together at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles belt out this blistering version of the Robert Johnson blues classic “Crossroads.”
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Zakk Wylde and the Black Label Society tease new album with video trailer
Zakk Wylde and his band, Black Label Society have dropped a new online trailer for their upcoming album Catacombs of the Black Vatican.
The album, which is due out on April 8, will be the band’s first release of new material since 2010′s Order of the Black.
Wylde has also announced a 13-date acoustic tour on which he’ll be joined by new BLS guitarist, Dario… Read More
Black Label Society guitar hero teams up with Death Wish Coffee Company to launch Valhalla Java
To help promote the apparently highly potent new brew, the guitarist has lent his voice and visage to an entertaining commercial for the coolly… Read More
Formed in the spring of 2004, 40 Sons are a contemporary hard rock outfit with a sound that’s both heavy and melodic. Having won numerous awards in their native Hamilton, Ontario, the band has toured extensively across Canada and even filled an opening slot on the 2006 Ozzfest tour. The band has also shared stages with the likes of Black Label Society, Disturbed and Atreyu. 40 Sons’ hard-hitting sound is well represented in this video for “Hurricane.”
The 1.5-mile section of Sunset Boulevard that runs from Havenhurst Drive in West Hollywood to Sierra Drive in Beverly Hills is famously known the world over as the Sunset Strip. The area became one of the most iconic streets in the country for music during the 1960s when it was home to landmark venues like the Whiskey A Go-Go, Pandora’s Box, and the Roxy.
Back then bands such as the Read More
A spectacular in-concert solo from Zakk Wylde on “In This River. “ Although Wylde actually wrote the song before his close friend Pantera guitarist “Dimebag” Darrell Abott was murdered in 2004, Wylde began dedicating the song to him soon after and now plays it in tribute to Dimebag at every Black Label Society show.
Here Wylde combines incredible speed with lyrical lines and soulful bends… Read More