Awesome Tribute Versions of Classics


23 nov 2006, 07:06

There are some pretty awesome tributes out there to classical rock musicians, and others that aren't that good. Here are a couple that I like. Quite a few of these names are rock pioneers themselves, too!

Mr. Crowley (Ozzy Osbourne)
In this song, we have the master guitarist Ywngie Malmsteen, recognized as one of the greatest guitarists in the world and at one point touring with Steve Vai and Joe Satriani in G3. Tim "Ripper" Owens, was for a short time the lead singer of Judas Priest.

Crazy Train (Ozzy Osbourne)
Dee Snider was the lead singer for the 80s metal band Twisted Sister. Doug Aldrich was in the somewhat famous band Lion. Jason Bonham is the son of deceased Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham.

Nothing Else Matters (Metallica)
Bob Kulick has done studio and backup guitar for bands such as Kiss (Bruce Kulick is his brother), Meat Loaf, and W.A.S.P.. Bruce is the guitarist for Kiss. Gregg Bissonette is a drummer who played for Santana, Steve Vai and David Lee Roth. Joe Lynn Turner has done vocals for Deep Purple, Fandango and Rainbow. Tony Franklin has played bass alongside Jimmy Page, David Gilmour, and a ton of others.

Dream On (Aerosmith)
Already talked about Dio, Bissonette & Malmsteen. Stu Hamm is a bassist famous for his work with Joe Satriani & Steve Vai. Paul Taylor is a jazz saxophonist.


  • R_Kamidees

    If you hear Will Oldham's (Bonny 'Prince' Billy) and Tortoise version of Thunder Road, you'd plotz.

    23 nov 2006, 08:06
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