By Anonymous on 10/19/18
Ozzy still rocking
Venue was great Ozzy was amazing and still rocking glad I was able to see him
By TLH1 on 10/16/18
AWESOMENESS!!! SO GLAD WE SAW HIM BEFORE HAND CONCERN... GOD SPEED OZ!
By namikey on 10/15/18
I have personally seen Ozzy 8 times. This show was even better than the Black Sabbath show in 2013. Bummer he had to cancel the last of the tour. Long live the Godfather! Also, it was my first time to see Stone Sour. They put on an amazing show also
By LanceW22 on 10/14/18
It was a great concert!! I’m glad I got to see him on his last tour.
By shamrock1982 on 10/14/18
Ozzy was fantastic!!
Even though Ozzy may be old he hasn't lost it. One of the best shows I have ever seen! Played all the hits and put on a great show.
By danimccoy3711 on 10/12/18
I mean it IS Ozzy!
How this guy is still rocking his booty off is amazing to me. The show was absolutely perfect.
By Navysk on 10/11/18
Ozzy was the best as usual
This is my 2nd Ozzy concert and wanted to bring the family (son and wife) to see him as this is probably the last tour in the USA. It was amazing and refreshing to see a singer that was not lip singing their own songs. He gave his fans what they paid and came to see. The real Ozzy.
By ScorpionHeatseeker on 10/11/18
Ozzy is still going strong!
Ozzy was at the top of his game during his stop in "Houston". An epic performance worth every penny. Zakk Wylde was a beast on guitar. The set list was a nearly perfect selection. The weather was decent. The sold out crowd was mellow and cool. This is what it really should be like when you go to a show.
By Pete63841 on 10/10/18
Everthing was i had hoped nd dreamed of nd coukd n
He is 70 nd can still kick it nd tear diwn the house with his music! U truely are the god of music
By CherieJamz on 10/9/18
Ozzy was awesome!
Ozzy rocked the house. A little too many solo performances by the guitarist and drummer, but it's understandable considering Ozzy's age.
Ozzy Osbourne in Concert
Ozzy Osbourne is one of the most well-known figures in the history of metal, but The Prince of Darkness did plenty more than bite the heads off of doves and bats and sing for Black Sabbath. Born in Birmingham, England, into a working-class family in 1948, Osbourne became interested in musical theater at an early age, performing in numerous school productions. Entranced by The Beatles, Osbourne decided he would go into music after finishing school, but was sidetracked by a series of odd jobs — construction labor, plumbing, and working as a car factory horn-tuner — as well as a brief stint in prison for burglarizing a clothing store. Eventually a free man, he was asked to join Rare Breed, a band started by bassist Geezer Butler. The band changed their name shortly after. Its new name was Black Sabbath.
Obsessed with the occult, Butler and Osbourne, alongside guitarist Tony Iommi and drummer Bill Ward, took rock music on a violent left turn, infusing it with doomy riffs, macabre lyrics, and wild freak-outs. Their 1970 self-titled debut — famously hated by ‘Rolling Stone' critic Lester Bangs — shook pop music with a force that still cannot truly be measured; follow-up ‘Paranoid,' with masterful metal tracks "War Pigs," "Iron Man," and of course, "Paranoid," cemented them as the most important metal band in the world. After releasing an incredible run of albums throughout the ‘70s with Sabbath, though, Osbourne left briefly to work on a solo project that would eventually become ‘Blizzard of Ozz'; when trying to rejoin Sabbath a few months later, Osbourne was met with waves of derision and violence from the other band members. Osbourne was asked to leave, and he immediately released ‘Blizzard of Ozz' to massive acclaim: Monumental single "Crazy Train" charted at No. 9 on the U.S. Mainstream Rock list, and the album went 4x Platinum. He continued the streak with a number of lauded solo albums through the ‘80s.
In the ‘90s, Ozzy would create Ozzfest, one of the decade's most vital metal festivals. Eventually he did rejoin Black Sabbath (in 2011), working on new album ‘13,' released in 2013. It slayed the charts, including the U.S. Billboard 200. The band played their final shows in 2016. Catch Ozzy's second farewell tour, No More Tours 2, which runs until mid-October in the U.S. before heading to Europe.