Zakk Wylde (BLACK LABEL SOCIETY, OZZY OSBOURNE) will be the featured guest on this Monday's edition of "Headbangers Ball", which now airs every Monday night (technically Tuesday morning) at 3:00 a.m. EST/PST on MTV2. This episode includes short interview segments conducted by "Talking Metal"'s John Ostronomy and Mark Strigl, as well as numerous music videos spanning Zakk's legendary career.
Wylde paid tribute to to the late, great Les Paul this past Monday night (January 25) at the Iridium jazz club in New York City.
Wylde's setlist was as follows:
* T-BONE WALKER - "Stormy Monday Blues"
* JIMI HENDRIX - "Little Wing"
* LEON RUSSELL - "A Song For You"
* BLACK LABEL SOCIETY - "The Blessed Hellride"
* JIMI HENDRIX - "Voodoo Child"
* CREAM - "Sunshine Of Your Love"
Video footage of Zakk's performance can be viewed below.
Les Paul, the innovator and inventor who passed away at 94 years of age in August 2009, was known throughout the world as the man who created multi-track recording and the father of the electric guitar. Many musicians pay homage to Les Paul and credit their careers and musicianship directly to him.
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