BLACK LABEL SOCIETY Cancels Two More Shows Due To ZAKK WYLDE's 'Severe Illness'
BLACK LABEL SOCIETY has postponed two more concerts due to frontman Zakk Wylde suffering from "severe illness." In addition to the previously scrapped Montreal (January 8) and Toronto (January 9) shows, BLACK LABEL SOCIETY has now called off tomorrow's (January 10) gig in Grand Rapids and the January 12 concert in Oklahoma City. New dates will be announced soon.
BLACK LABEL SOCIETY is touring in support of its tenth full-length album, "Grimmest Hits", which will be released January 19 via Entertainment One (eOne).
The current members of BLACK LABEL SOCIETY are Zakk Wylde (vocals, guitar, piano), John DeServio (bass), Jeff Fabb (drums) and Dario Lorina (guitar).
2018 also will see Wylde's return as Ozzy Osbourne's guitarist — a role he has served on and off for the past three decades — during the BLACK SABBATH singer's farewell world tour, which is set to kick off this May.
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