ZAKK WYLDE Interview To Air On REBEL ACCESS TV This Weekend

March 14, 2007

An exclusive interview with Zakk Wylde (OZZY OSBOURNE, BLACK LABEL SOCIETY) will air this Sunday (March 18) on "Rebel Access" TV beginning at 10:00 p.m. on Channel 19 all over the Chicagoland area. Watch Zakk discuss being on the set of "Rock Star", his time with Ozzy, and the movie "Berzerkers" that he is currently penning out. See Zakk go into an improv rap rendition of "White Bread" when he discusses how the record companies discouraged and refused to sign him when he first started BLACK LABEL in hopes that Zakk would change his image to conform to what the record labels wanted. The whole show is all BLACK LABEL SOCIETY — videos, interview and live performance footage.

"Rebel Access" features a band one week and plays the hardest in-your-face music videos in Chicago the next week.

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