Sirius XM's Ozzy's Boneyard (Channel 38)
Ozzy’s Boneyard is the place to find rock solid cuts from the best rock & roll albums of yesteryear.
Unlike Hair Nation, which purely focuses on glam metal, Ozzy’s Boneyard spans across the 70s, 80s and even early 90s to deliver tube-saturated licks and hi-watt riffage from the best heavy metal, hard rock and glam bands.
You could call it Hard & Heavy Classic rock for sure. It’s a radio station based around the soul, spirit and influence of Ozzy Osbourne, the Prince of Darkness himself.
Think Pantera, Judas Priest, Metallica, those are the kinds of bands you will hear. Guns N’ Roses, Van Halen, Iron Maiden, Motorhead, the list goes on. And Black Sabbath. Of course Black Sabbath. Many times over Black Sabbath.
It’s not SiriusXM Ozzy’s Boneyard for nothing.
Also featured on Liquid Metal and Octane, José Mangin chose the rock & roll life over a career in medicine. We think he made a strong choice.
Walking the walk and talking the talk is important in the music game. Who better to do that than Keith Roth, a touring musician who has played and performed with some really great names in rock.
Same goes for Luc Carl, a drummer, author and yarnspinner on The Boneyard as well as Hair Nation. We thank Luc for his involvement in the Hair Nation Game several years back.
A man of many talents and many challens, Strigl has been a part of music entertainment for a long time. If you must know, his credits include time spent discussing new music with VH1, FUSE, MTV and of course, SXM.
Shannon Gunz is a fantastic Rock DJ who rolls out her time across three SiriusXM stations, Octane, Turbo and The Boneyard. Knowledgeable, hard working and willing to discuss metal and punk rock in the same sentence. Got her first job with Sirius XM Satellite Radio in New York and never looked back.
Lead singer, DJ, and all around rock & roller, Tommy London hosts Hair Nation most of the time, but graces the Boneyard on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
Ozzy’s Boneyard is on Channel 38. Channel 38 used to be The Rock of Jericho (Chris Jericho to be specific). And, it also used to be just The Boneyard, before changing over to reference Ozzy.
One host you won’t find is Eddie Trunk. He had some disagreements with Ozzy’s management and was dropped once the station changed over. The decisions that get made in New York and Los Angeles are beyond us, so we have no idea what went on.
Billy Morrison and Ozzy Osbourne get together on the station for an episodic series entitled Ozzy Speaks. It premiered over a year ago and gets trending because Ozzy delivers the goods.