Rudy Sarzo



Rudy Sarzo is a professional recording and performing artist worldwide with a career spanning more than 40 years. As a member of Ozzy Osbourne’s band, from March 1981 to September 1982, Rudy toured the world in support of the “Blizzard of Ozz” and “Diary of a Madman” records. His bass playing can be heard on Ozzy’s multimillion-selling album “Tribute” and “Speak of the Devil” album and DVD.

In April 2004, Rudy became a member of the multiplatinum heavy metal group Dio and remained the band’s bassist until Ronnie James Dio’s passing in 2010. During that time, Rudy toured the world with Dio and recorded the “Holy Diver Live” 25th anniversary album and DVD, as well as Dio’s last studio track, “Elektra.”

Today Rudy is back home with Quiet Riot, recording and touring in celebration of the 2023 40th anniversary of the “Metal Health” record.

“I have been sober since November 29, 1997, but it wasn’t until I joined AA in 2020 that I truly understood about my alcoholism. AA showed me my path back toward God, a path that I couldn’t find outside of AA and was missing in my life since I started my drinking career in the ’80s. Thank you AA for all the sober blessings you bring daily into my life.”
Rudy Sarzo


Rolling Stone Magazine



Monsters of Rock

New Report