In a recent interview with Rolling Stone magazine, rocker legend Ozzy Osbourne revealed his dream supergroup line-up, which includes one, two, and three guitarists. The former Black Sabbath frontman said his final line-up would be himself on vocals, Tony Iommi on lead guitar, Tom Morello on rhythm guitar, Slash on second lead guitar and Duff on bass. McKagan and Dave Grohl on drums.
When asked about his choice of three guitarists, Osborne explained that he wanted to create a wall of sound powerful enough to shake the foundations of any arena. He added that having two leads his guitarist and his one rhythm his guitarist gives the music a unique dynamic that cannot be reproduced by one or two guitarists alone.
Osborne also expressed admiration for the individual talent of each musician he chose. Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi is said to be the godfather of heavy metal and a true innovator of the genre. Best known for his work with Rage Against the Machine, Tom Morello is admired for his unconventional playing style and ability to create sounds that push the boundaries of what is possible with a guitar. increase. Former lead guitarist of Guns N' Roses, Slash has inspired countless guitarists over the years, lauded for his legendary riffs and soulful solos.
The bassist and drummer chosen by Osbourne was also highly respected in the industry. Guns N' Roses founding member Duff McKagan was praised for his driving basslines and impeccable timing. Best known as Nirvana drummer and Foo Fighters frontman, Dave Grohl has been described as the powerhouse behind the drums that could take the band to new heights.
While this supergroup's dream line-up may never come true, it's clear that Osbourne put a lot of thought into his choices and created a strong line-up that will undoubtedly wow audiences.