Multi-platinum, Grammy Award-winning, Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee Ozzy Osbourne with special guest and longtime friend and musical collaborator Slash will perform at The Palace on Saturday, February 12, 2011 at 7:30 p.m.
Tickets at $75, $55, $42.50 and $29.50 reserved go on sale this Friday, November 12 at 10 a.m. at Palacenet.com, Livenation.com, The Palace Box Office and all Ticketmaster locations. There is an eight-ticket limit.
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Osbourne is currently in midst of an 18-month world tour with his band: new guitar player Gus G., bassist Blasko, drummer Tommy Clufetos and keyboardist Adam Wakeman. He recently completed a run of overseas festival appearances and headlining overseas performances including his first ever concert in Israel, a September 28 OZZFest show at Hayarkon Park in Tel Aviv.
His recent fall concert dates coincided with the October 5 release of an expanded two-CD version of the album, Scream. The “Tour Edition” package features seven bonus songs: a mix of previously unreleased tracks and live recordings. The record label also issued a four-sided vinyl edition that includes five bonus tracks: the three aforementioned songs from the Scream sessions and the live version of “Let Me Hear You Scream,” along with the single version of “Life Won’t Wait” (the second single from Scream).
Scream entered the charts in June in the Top 10 in more than 10 countries and is Osbourne’s first album in three years and 10th studio album overall. Osbourne recorded most of the album at his Los Angeles home studio, The Bunker. It was produced by Osbourne and Kevin Churko, both of whom did the same honors for Osbourne’s 2007 worldwide million-seller Black Rain. Osbourne co-wrote all the songs on Scream, primarily with Churko.
The album’s first single “Let Me Hear You Scream” hit number one on both Active Rock charts (for two weeks) and number one at Mainstream Rock (for 11 weeks). Scream’s second single, “Life Won’t Wait,” has been cited in various reviews as one of the album’s standout tracks. The video for the hard-hitting and melodic life-affirming song was directed by Osbourne’s son, Jack Osbourne, and was shot at various locations in Los Angeles, including a cemetery in Altadena, California.
Slash, one of rock’s greatest guitar players, is the former lead guitarist of Guns N’ Roses and co-founder of his current band, Velvet Revolver. As a solo artist, his self-titled album topped the Billboard Rock Albums chart and reached number three on the Billboard 200 list in its first week of release in March. His touring members for his solo performance include Myles Kennedy (lead vocals), Bobby Schneck (rhythm guitar), Todd Kerns (bass guitar) and Brent Fitz (drums).
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