Ozzy Osbourne & Randy Rhoads Crazy Train Live After Hours

Rhoads was born on December 6, 1956 at St. John’s Hospital in Santa Monica, California. He was the youngest of three children. His older brother, Doug, is a drummer and vocalist who also arrange classical compisitions, who goes by the name of Kelle Rhoads. His sister’s name is Kathy. When Randy was 17 months old, his father, William Arthur Rhoads, left his mother, but he still stayed in touch with Randy even up until his sons death. Delores Rhoads, and the three children. Mrs. Rhoads has owned and operated the Musonia School of Music in North Hollywood, California since 1949. Rhoads started playing guitar at age 7 on his grandfather’s old Gibson “Army-Navy” classical acoustic guitar. According to Rhoads’s mother, he learned to play folk guitar, which was a popular way to learn guitar at the time, although he did not take lessons for very long. Rhoads was always evolving toward a hard rock/metal lead guitar style, but he was heavily influenced by classical music as well. This can be heard on Ozzy Osbourne tracks like “Dee” (an instrumental he named for his mother Delores), “Mr. Crowley”, “Diary of a Madman”, “You Can’t Kill Rock And Roll”, “Crazy Train” and “Revelation (Mother Earth)”. [edit] Quiet Riot In his early years Rhoads was in a short-lived band called The Whore. By the time Rhoads was 14, he was in a band called Violet Fox (after his mother’s middle name, Violet). Rhoads taught his best friend Kelly Garni how to play bass, and together they formed Quiet Riot when