Ozzy Osbourne has always talked about how fortunate he is to have worked with some highly-skilled guitarists: starting with Tony Iommi, that list includes Randy Rhoads, Brad Gillis, Jake E. Lee, Zakk Wylde, and his current sidekick, Gus G.
And now there's a new kid in town. And he means business. And he's 10-years old.
Yuto Miyazawa is a 10-year old Japanese musical child prodigy; he was named "The Youngest Professional Guitarist" by the Guinness Book of World Records in August, 2008.
In the tradition of Hendrix and Van Halen (who were almost never without a guitar in their hands), Yuto is mostly self-taught and reportedly plays all the time; he's only had a handful of lessons.
In the spring of 2009, Miyazawa made headlines after playing "Crazy Train" on the Ellen DeGeneres Show; Ozzy even showed up to meet the young guitar whiz on the program. Obviously impressed, Ozzy recruited the (then) 9-year old to join him for his gig at BlizzCon 2009.
And now the Ozzy/Yuto pairing happened last Saturday at the Hartford stop of Ozzfest 2010. Check out the video of the performance below: