Fan-filmed video footage of Zakk Wylde's (BLACK LABEL SOCIETY, OZZY OSBOURNE) May 26 performance at Le Cabaret Sauvage in Paris, France can be seen below.
Wylde recently announced new U.S. and Canadian tour dates in continued support of his new LP, "Book Of Shadows II". Wylde will hit over 40 cities spread out across the U.S. and Canada this summer including a performance at Heavy Montreal festival in Montreal on August 7, a first for him as a solo artist.
"Book Of Shadows II" was released on April 8 via Entertainment One Music (eOne Music). Zakk's first solo release in 20 years is the follow-up to 1996's "Book Of Shadows", a classic album Wylde released between his work with Ozzy Osbourne that has since become a fan favorite.
Wylde, as always, has been on the road nonstop. He wrapped up a buzzworthy stint on Steve Vai's "Generation Axe" tour in Red Bank, New Jersey and prior to that served as a marquee artist on the "Hendrix Experience" tour with the likes of Billy Cox and Buddy Guy. This is the first time Zakk has toured as a headliner in the U.S. and Canada since last year's "Unblackened" tour.
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