Doamnelor, domnisoarelor, domnilor, dar mai ales dragi cititori, vreau sa va spun ca sunt de-a dreptul revoltat. Este inadmisibil asa ceva si nu pot sa rezist tentatiei de a scrie urmatoarele randuri.
Fiara salbatica, vinovata in continuare si dupa atata amar de vreme de sperierea prin muzica HardRock de buna calitate a mapamondului, ne viziteaza sambata. Voi fi acolo sa consemnez. Voi publica cronica de concert sambata spre duminica noapte.
Dupa ce domnul Ronnie James Dio, care l-a inlocuit la Black Sabbath, ne-a parasit putin, sa cante zeilor, Ozzy Osbourne, care inca ne ofera privilegiul de a fi contemporanul nostru, vine sambata seara la Zone Arena, in Bucuresti, pentru un concert teribil.
Este vorba despre al saisprezecelea concert din turneul lui Ozzy, 16 Country European Leg of the SCREAM Tour. Iata despre ce vorbim:
Coming off a triumphant run of six OZZFest shows that earned him some of the best live reviews in his career, OZZY OSBOURNE and his band–new guitar player Gus G., bassist Blasko, drummer Tommy Clufetos and keyboardist Adam Wakeman–launched the second leg of his overseas tour this past weekend (Saturday, August 29) at the Ripfest Festival in Prague, Czech Republic.
As part of OZZY’s 18th month world tour, this leg will encompass 16 countries. It is a mix of headlining and festival dates in connection with the multi-platinum, Grammy Award-winning, Rock and Roll Hall of Famer’s album SCREAM (Epic Records), which entered the charts in June in the Top Ten in more than 10 countries and features the newly released single “Life Won’t Wait.” The trek includes two OZZFest shows–in London, England at the O2 Arena September 18 and in Tel Aviv, Israel at Heyarkon Park September 28–plus performances in Russia, Italy, France, Denmark, Sweden, Greece, Finland, Norway, Germany, Romania, and Turkey before wrapping October 4 in Hungary.