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Post Malone Jammed With Rob Trujillo, Taylor Hawkins And More This Weekend

Ozzy Osbourne producer Andrew Watt called the session the best jam of all time”…

It’s fair to say that not many people’s 30th birthday celebrations have been bettered by Andrew Watt, who celebrated the milestone this past weekend by recruiting some famous pals for an epic jam session. 

The Ordinary Man producer invited Post Malone, Metallicas Rob Trujillo, Foo Fighters’ Taylor Hawkins, Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Chad Smith and more to the birthday bash at his studio, which saw Andrew and Post shredding on guitar, Rob on bass and Taylor behind the kit judging by several photos and videos from the night (Chad seemingly isn’t anywhere to be seen in the action shots).

Read this: Taylor Hawkins: I used to do a lot of fucking drugs… I believed the bullshit myth of live fast and die young”

Dirty 30,” he wrote on Instagram alongside some snaps. Best jam of all time.”

It was also Rob’s 56th birthday on Friday, with Andrew sharing a photo of himself with the Tallica man and their respective birthday cakes. Delicious.

Jamming/partying with some of the coolest guys in rock and metal isn’t all Andrew has been doing lately, either; back in July, Sharon Osbourne confirmed that the producer had once again teamed up with The Prince Of Darkness for another Ozzy solo album.

Let’s hope we get to hear the results of both of these endeavours ASAP

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Posted on October 27th 2020, 2:18p.m.
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