Robert Sarzo (Hurricane, Geoff Tate’s Queensrÿche, Solo) talks about his life and career. He discusses his early days in Cuba, and coming to America when he was 6, his early bands with his brother Rudy, his early recordings and tours (and working with Jimmy Iovine and Bob Seger), his experience working with Ozzy Osbourne right after the death of Randy Rhoads, the formation of Hurricane and the making of their 2 cd’s (and his exit from the band), the recording of his solo album “After The Storm” (and why it was shelved for almost 30 years), how he got the gig for the Geoff Tate’s Queensrÿche tour, and his new project that he’s about to unleash).
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