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Kelowna Community TheatreDecember 30, 2014 7:00 PM
1375 Water Street
Kelowna, BC V1Y 0B4
What originally started as a creative outlet for guitarist Zakk Wylde in 1998--when he wasn't playing with Ozzy Osbourne--has turned into a serious metal musical endeavor that has consumed the lives of all of its members. Dubbed the Black Label Society, the ferocity that comes through the band's music is consuming and nearly impossible to turn your back on. And even though the rag-tag cast of musicians that comprise the outfit is a swarthy lot, they're more than capable of serving up crunchy metal jams.
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