I am a uk expat living in Brisbane Australia,will ozzy ever come out to oz again,i heard he was here in 1998!
ozzy remember the australian promo visit in 1991 ?? you did the interview in melbourne @ the coffee shop !! you need to put this out on dvd !!!
shame you never kept ya promise to bring the no more tears tour to australia later that year !!
was an awesome night in 1998 / was amazing to meet you @ the airport .......... another tour downunder ... is long overdue !!
i was @ the adelaide gig in 98 biggest regret not booking a ticket in melbourne
the biggest highlight meeting ozzy @ the airport its been over 14 years since he last played in adelaide ...... long overdue for another visit !!!
Go see Black Sabbath...erm....I mean Heaven & Hell, they ARE touring there
Tony Iommi = God, his arch angels are Ozzy Osbourne, Dave Walker, Ronnie James Dio, Ian Gillan, Dave Donato, Glenn Hughes, Ray Gillen, Tony Martin, and Bill Ward (bassically everyone who sang on a song labeled Black Sabbath)
The bastard needs to get his ass allover asia especially singapore, Slayer dream theater and dragonforce have already been here but the legend who (and his band BS of course) made metal and is known throughout the world as the madman of rock who is arguably more famous than the three ive mentioned is not coming is rather meh
I AM THE MAN OF STEEL, I AM IRON MAN
I was lucky enough to see Ozzy in 98, here in Brisbane. What an experience, to see a living legend in concert.
Will Ozzy ever tour down under again, it been nearly 10 years.
I was at the Adelaide 1998 show! I live in Ireland now, and attended the gig at the Point in Dublin. Crackin', fun show. I had a ball. He's the f***in' King of Metal, afterall. He's also hitting an awful of bum notes, though, and missing a few queues. Zakk's solo's too long. Other than that, pretty bang on! Intro tape is the aul Carmina Burana, he's throwing buckets of water on the audience, he's doing the moon, he comes out and says 'let the madness begin'. He's doing everything you want. Can't complain really!
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