Ozzy Osbourne announced that he will be touring again in 2020. The Prince of Darkness had to cancel his concerts this year due to health issues. Luckily the former frontman of Black Sabbath is doing well and he is looking forward to hitting the road again.
With “Take What You Want” he scored his first top ten hit in 30 years, together with badboy Post Malone. And, as if that’s not exciting enough, Ozzy also announced his new tour. The 70-year-old Prince of Darkness is unbreakable.
Setlist Ozzy Osbourne 2020 tour
Ozzy has been making so much music since 1963 – that’s right, he’s been creating for 55 years – that we understand that you’re confused about which song to start with in preparation for the craziest gig of 2020.
Don’t worry, his tour doesn’t start until February so you still have some time to check out all his records. If you want to do it a bit more efficiently, we’ve put together a list of the most-common tracks from Ozzy’s setlists of the last three years.
You can start on this after you’re done practicing the songs from the Rocktober Channel.
The songs of the former Black Sabbath frontman are mainly riff oriented but that doesn’t alter the fact that these riffs can be traced back to chords. We recommend you to go through the tracklist, especially if you are interested in practicing barre chords.
Moreover, this legend has a lot of ballads: beautiful tracks that can make you burst into tears. How about “Road to Nowhere” or “Mama I’m Coming Home”? And yes, the Prince of Darkness is playing those tracks live. Check it out, prepare, and happy jamming!
O Fortuna (Carl Orff song)
Bark at the Moon
Suicide Solution (with extended Zakk Wylde guitar jam)
Fairies Wear Boots (Black Sabbath song)
I Don’t Know
No More Tears
Road to Nowhere
War Pigs (Black Sabbath song)
Miracle Man / Crazy Babies / Desire / Perry Mason (instrumental)
I Don’t Want to Change the World
Shot in the Dark
Paranoid (Black Sabbath song)
Changes (Ozzy & Kelly Osbourne song) – Song played from tape
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