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I just saw them Saturday night. And I was blown away. I guess I didn't think about how they would perform, I just new I was going to see the legends jam. They killed it! Ozzy was GREAT....the guy is a born entertainer, and he can still sing....and walk. Iommi was stellar, Geezer was, well he was Geezer, Fabulous! And the drummer, can't remember his name, but he's here to stay.

Just a quick thanks to Dave, who gave me two free absolutely awesome tickets....rite in front of the great one...Tony Iommi. I could see each note the master was plucking....a dream event. I've been to a million shows, and this is one of the tops.

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You lucky Bastard... :dude:

Yup, that's how I feel.


Yes sir, that's the drummer. He must have a heck of a work out routine, because he spent some serious calories. He put on a jam, that was epic!
 

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Just outta curiosity, anyone know why Bill Ward isn't drumming for them?
 

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Very Cool! It to was one of my favorite shows,I got to see them with Dio. I have seen Ozzy live but not with Black Sabbath. Iommi is a master that is a fact!
 

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Iommi tossed so many picks, it was like rain. All around me....yet none hit me.
Oh well, and another view of the Metal Founders

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didn't Tony have cancer treatment a year or two ago, I remember being concerned. They played the Verizon last week, sure wished I could have gone. I can't afford triple digit ticket prices no matter who is playing.
 

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Lymphoma in 2012. It continues to be in remission. One of the main reasons the Black Sabbath machine is closing down.
 
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didn't Tony have cancer treatment a year or two ago, I remember being concerned. They played the Verizon last week, sure wished I could have gone. I can't afford triple digit ticket prices no matter who is playing.
I paid a pretty penny for the tickets to the show I saw him with but it was well worth it,especially with the line up. They aren't going to be around forever so catch them when you can,I am not talking just about Sabbath either. You have to support the music scene you enjoy or it eventually will be no more.
 


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