OZZY OSBOURNE: JASON NEWSTED Will Play Bass On Upcoming Tour

OZZY OSBOURNE announced during last night's one-off gig at the Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada that former METALLICA and current VOIVOD bassist Jason Newsted would be joining the group as its new touring bassist. The Hard Rock concert marked the final performance with OSBOURNE of longtime member Robert Trujillo, who was selected to fill the slot in METALLICA left vacant by Newsted's departure two years ago.

The following was OZZY OSBOURNE's set list for last night's show at the Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas:

01. Paranoid
02. War Pigs
03. I Don't Know
04. Believer
05. Gets Me Through
06. Mr. Crowley
07. Suicide Solution
08. Zakk Wylde Solo
09. Flyin' High Again
10. Goodbye To Romance
11. No More Tears
12. I Don't Want To Change The World
13. Road To Nowhere
14. Bark At The Moon
15. Crazy Train


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