Black Sabbath Concert Reviews
October 2, 2007
Selland Arena
Fresno, CA


  • Ronnie James Dio - Vocals
  • Tony Iommi - Guitar
  • Geezer Butler - Bass
  • Vinny Appice - Drums
  • Scott Warren - Keyboards


  1. E5150
  2. Mob Rules
  3. Children of the Sea
  4. I
  5. Sign of the Southern Cross
  6. Voodoo
  7. Computer God
  8. Falling off the Edge of the World
  9. Die Young
  10. Heaven and Hell
  11. Neon Knights


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from George Gori <>
date Wed, Oct 3, 2007 at 12:43 PM
subject 10/ 02/2007Fresno, Ca concert review

Mr. Siegler,

I attended the Heaven and Hell show last night in Fresno, Ca. It was a spectacular show. All the bands were great, although I am not familar with much of the material from Queensryche and Alice Cooper, they were very good. As for Heaven and Hell I will give you a set list and a review.
1) E5150
2) Mob Rules
3) Children of the Sea
4) I
5) Sign of the Southern Cross
6) Voodoo
7) Computer God
8) Falling off the Edge of the World
9) Die Young
10) Heaven and Hell
11) Neon Knights
These guys can still rock! What an amazing group of musicians. Dio, a 64 year old man, can still hit virtually every note and then some. Iommi, is still a master on the guitar and seeing him live is a true treat. Geezer and Vinnie were fantastic as well. They are truly a class act, true performers. Their lighting and stage show was excellent. My only complaint would be that their setlist was too short. I would have liked to have heard "After All  ( The Dead)", "Lonely is the Word", and I was surprised that they left out their new songs. I really would have liked to hear "The Devil Cried", and "Shadow of the Wind". Other than the shorter setlist, they were magnificent. True professionals. Let's hope that this version of Sabbath makes a new full length studio release in 2009, after their commitments are done. They appear to get along quite well with each other. Maybe time and age mellow out the egos of people.
I am 38 years old and I never had a chance to see this version of the band, and let me tell you it was worth the wait! Overall, a really great show!