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Zakk Wylde Unveils an Amusing Tale Spotlighting Ozzy Osbourne’s Witty Humor

Zakk Wylde stumbled upon a rather embarrassing photo of Ozzy Osbourne recently, prompting Osbourne to consider compensating the Black Label Society rocker to keep it under wraps.

During a recent interview with The News-Herald, Wylde fondly recounted their touring days, highlighting the ongoing friendship between them. In a recent conversation, Wylde teased Osbourne with an old photo, causing the former Black Sabbath singer to regret his public appearance in it. Wylde shared the amusing moment:

“I still text Ozz all of the time. I recently sent him a GIF when they introduced him on MTV with the big poofy hair. Ozz goes, ‘Oh my God. Zakk, something went terribly wrong between my journey from Sabbath to that. I’ll pay you not to show that to anyone.'” Continuing, Wylde praised Osbourne’s enduring sense of humor: “His sense of humor is still hilarious. I’m like, ‘Ozz, keep doing your therapy.”

Partners in Music: Wylde and Osbourne’s Collaborative Journey on Tour

Their camaraderie spans decades. In 1988, Wylde and Osbourne collaborated on Osbourne’s fifth studio album, ‘No Rest For The Wicked.’ Notably, this collaboration unfolded after Osbourne parted ways with his lead guitarist, Jake E. Lee, in 1987. Wylde entered the scene when Osbourne received a demo tape, leading to a successful audition and subsequent hiring.

Following the album’s release, the duo embarked on a supporting tour, featuring a memorable guitar solo by Zakk Wylde on the track ‘Bloodbath in Paradise.’ The tour commenced on July 28, 1987, and concluded on August 13, 1989.

Zakk Wylde Leads a Tribute: Unveiling His Black Sabbath Cover Band

Here’s an interesting tidbit that might catch you off guard. While famed for his contributions to Black Label Society, Zakk Wylde also fronts a Black Sabbath cover band known as Zakk Sabbath. Established by Wylde in 2014, the band remains actively engaged in touring. Joining him are Blasko, the bassist for Rob Zombie, and Joey Castillo, the drummer for QOTSA and Danzig. Since its inception, Zakk Sabbath has consistently been on the road, delivering their unique interpretations of early Sabbath classics.

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