THE ZAKK WYLDE SONG CONTEST:
July 25, 2006
He’s the right-hand man to the Prince of Darkness, Ozzy. He’s one of the most recognizable guitarists on the planet. He’s part of two hugely successful bands and also a solo artist. He’s appeared in Hollywood movies. He’s none other than the Zakk Wylde, and he wants to hear your music! If you inspire head banging, moshing, or chaos in general, the Zakk Wylde Song Contest is for you. And with Wylde personally judging the top ten finalists from the peer review, this is your once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for exposure! Whether or not you own his signature Gibson guitar, can chicken pick, or listen to Black Label Society, any form of metal is welcomed. Let the thrashing begin!
Zakk Wylde’s Bio
Zach Wylde started playing guitar at age 14. In 1984 he formed his first band, Stone Henge, and played with several other bands in his home state of New Jersey. After hearing that Ozzy Osbourne needed a new lead guitarist he auditioned and received a call from Sharon Osbourne offering him the position – Wylde was 20 years old. His recording debut was on Ozzy’s “No Rest For The Wicked” (1988). Wylde’s later side projects included a trio called Pride and Glory (which recorded one album) and nearly joining Guns N’ Roses. In 1996 he recorded a solo album called “Book Of Shadows.” Finally, in 1998 Wylde formed Hell’s Kitchen – renamed to Black Label Society – and recorded the band’s debut album, “Sonic Brew.” Wylde is best known for his distinct guitar style comprised of pinch harmonics and “chicken pickin,'” – a form of string picking generally used only by country artists.
Primo – First Free ($5.00 each additional)
ProMoB – $5.00 per song
Mob – $10.00 per song
TAXI & Mini – $20.00 per song
Submissions Start: 7/14/2006
Submissions End: 9/18/2006
Review Start: 7/24/2006
Review End: 9/25/2006
Winners Announced: October 2006
(4) EVM12L Black Label guitar speakers – THE ORIGINAL. EVM12L 12″ loudspeaker was introduced in 1983. Known for its huge tone, gorgeous low-end and incredible stability at extreme volumes, it quickly achieved legendary status. Top guitarists and bassists loved it not only for its sound, but also for its reliability. Tour after tour, the EVM12L held up to the demands of the most punishing players. More Info
Review from Zakk Wylde himself!
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