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Black Label Society, Butcher Babies

CAT JONES
7 pm., Thursday April 17 | $26.50.
Roseland Theater
8 NW 6th Ave.
 
[HEAVY SOUTHERN ROCK] Black Label Society is the brainchild of Zakk Wylde, who played guitar for Ozzy Osbourne from 1998 to 2007. In his own group, the nods to Southern rock drive the band’s groove, making them a modern hard-rock answer to ZZ Top and Lynyrd Skynyrd. This show is being co-presented by Revolver, which explains the addition of a screechy, skippable band like opener Butcher Babies. Head to the bar during their set and fill your stomach with Black Label. 

Where: Roseland Theater
Phone: 224-2038
Address: 8 NW 6th Ave.
Website: www.doubletee.com/rose_schedule.shtml

 
 
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