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Jake E. Lee
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    (February 15, 1957- )
    Birth name is Jakey Lou Williams
    Guitarist for Ozzy Osbourne
    Recorded the albums 'Bark at the Moon' 'The Ultimate Sin'
    Recorded the solo albums 'A Fine Pink Mist' and 'Retracted'
    His birth name is Jakey, not Jacob.
    He is overshadowed by Randy Rhoads and Zack Wylde.
    He left Ratt before they became famous or even released a studio album.
    His mother forced him to learn classical piano.
    He quit classical piano because it is 'for old people' and 'totally boring.'
    He was kicked out of high school for changing the grades on his report card.
    His sister introduced him to rock 'n' roll.
    His sister died in a motorcycle accident.
    He started out playing piano but was inspired by Jimi Hendrix to learn guitar.
    He was nicknamed 'Guitar Ninja.'
    He has been compared to Joe Satriani.
    He tried to keep a low profile in the 1990's.
    Guitar World named him the 49th greatest metal guitarist of all time (March 2004).
    He has appeared on tribute albums for AC/DC, Van Halen, Rush, Randy Rhoads and Metallica.
    His father was in the Navy.

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