Ozzy Osbourne tribute salutes the solo and Black Sabbath eras with banshee vocals and grand theatrics; RATT tribute nails hair-metal hits
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$10 for one ticket to Blizzard of Ozzy and Out of the Cellar (up to $25 value)
When: Friday, August 8, at 8 p.m.
Where: Iron City
Door time: 7 p.m.
Ticket values include all fees.
Blizzard of Ozzy
The show: an authentic tribute to the heavy-metal prince of darkness
What makes it authentic: spot-on banshee vocals from Ozzy surrogate Matt Mullins, plus spooky lights and stage design stripped from real Ozzy shows (including a coffin for “Ozzy” to emerge from)
The setlist: a gold or black-metal mine of Sabbath hits such as “Iron Man” and “War Pigs,” peppered with solo favorites including “Crazy Train” and “Mr. Crowley”
What would make the show even more authentic: if singer Matt Mullins bit the head off a live dove, then got his own reality show
Out of the Cellar
The show: like taking a time machine to the Sunset Strip circa 1988 to watch a real RATT concert, replete with brawny vocals, brawnier guitar solos, and unmanageable hair
The setlist: gritty hits such as “Round and Round,” “Back for More,” “Wanted Man,” and pretty much every song from their namesake album, Out of the Cellar
Metal-hero praise: George Lynch of Lynch Mob and Dokken says, “Out of the Cellar is the most awesome RATT Tribute Band I have ever seen”