Dan and Josh do a deep dive on the brand new Black Label Society release, Doom Crew Inc. They discuss each song in detail and the recording process. They then rank the songs and let you know which songs they think stand above the rest.
Dan and Josh dive deep into the later albums of Ozzy's Solo career and dissect his best songs of the 21st Century. Find out what songs they consider modern Ozzy Classics and speak on why Modern Ozzy should be celebrated. Find out what songs they both put on their top 10 list and see if it matches yours.
Dan and Josh welcome current Ozzy Keyboard Player Adam Wakeman to the show. Adam discusses tour stories from his time on the road with both Ozzy and Black Sabbath. We also dig into the making of Ozzy's "Scream" album and discuss Adam's forthcoming Classical release, "A Handful Of Memories".
Dan and Josh break down and dissect every track that opens an original solo album. They discuss the strength and weaknesses of each song and if maybe there was a better choice that could have started the album. At the end, they each Rank their choices and let the listener know what is Ozzy's best Album Opener.
Kathy and Kelle sit down with Josh and Dan to discuss their Brother Randy Rhoads and his induction into the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame. The interview also touches on Randy's childhood, his time with Quiet Riot and they delve deep into his time with Ozzy.
Dan and Josh welcome their first special guest to the podcast. We are so excited to have ex-Ozzy guitarist Gus G on the show. Tune in to hear what Gus has to say about his latest release “Quantum Leap” as well as stories from his time with Ozzy Osbourne.
Dan and Josh welcome Ozzy expert Ryan to the Podcast this week as the three of us take the gloves off and battle two of Ozzy's biggest albums, Bark At The Moon and The Ultimate Sin. Which Jake E Lee era album will reign supreme and prove to be the victor in our very first album battle.