I’ve been told that this is legitimate, and is happening. As I’d been telling everyone all along, the Black Sabbath “The End” tour will end in Birmingham in January 2017. This poster with dates is real.
Care to help / vote to get Geezer Butler on the Birmingham Walk of Fame? Check out this petition set up online.
Thought folks might want to see this, so I enlisted a friend at the Las Vegas gig to take some pictures of the Merch tables. Check out the pics below to see what they’re selling. $100 for an autographed “The End” CD is kind of pricey, IMO.
Global Black Sabbath Convention returns to NYC for Black Sabbath’s “The End” Tour at Slake Concert Hall 2/24/2016 Featuring best selling author Martin Popoff!
NOTE: This article was originally published on Jan 28, 2006 and was called “In Memory of a 20 year old Star”. 10 more years have passed, so I’ve brought it back to the top of the pile, and added a couple of small things. Enjoy. Thunder shattered the dawn Raging with fury, the king has […]
Last night was the second show of the 2016 tour, in Chicago. A friend of mine went to the show, and texted me a couple of pictures. Below are the pics.
If you didn’t know, Black Sabbath’s keyboardist for several years now, Adam Wakeman has another gig besides Ozzy’s solo band (and the most excellent Snakecharmer). That’s a project called “Headspace“. Headspace just released a new song (“Your Life Will Change”) from their forthcoming album, “All That You Fear is Gone”. The entire album is due […]
No, it’s not a new album. It’s something that I think most fans have expected to happen for some time now. Today Black Sabbath announced a new release to coincide with the 2016 “The End” Tour. It’s called (not surprisingly) “The End”, and comprises eight tracks. Four are the unused studio tracks from the 13 […]
Those of you who have been following my site for awhile know I have an affinity for the Tony Martin era of Black Sabbath. I’ve long since been a proponent that there’s far more to Black Sabbath’s history than the time that Oz & Ronnie were behind the microphone. However, since they got back together […]
A memorial plaque dedicated to Cozy Powell will be unveiled in his home town of Cirencester on January 7, reports local newspaper. The town council decided to create the plaque to commemorate the town’s most famous musician. The plaque will be installed at the Corn Hall, which now serves as a community center. The event […]