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Feb.
5th

Ozzy Osbourne review and set list

Let’s start with the obvious. Ozzy Osbourne has seen better days. And after decades of ingesting enough booze and contraband to kill most of us, you never know which version of the rock legend will show up in concert.

Will it be the guy who’s had trouble finishing tours in recent years; the one that melted down and shuffled offstage after his voice blew out midway through Black Sabbath’s set in Auburn a few years back? Or will it be some semblance of the Prince of (bleeping) Darkness, the lovable madman that got this metal train rolling more than

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Feb.
2nd

Ozzy vs. Slash

Warning: Do not approach these men if you see them. Her, a different story (AP photo/Joel Ryan)

Listen up, people! It’s time to hide your daughters, the contents of your medicine cabinets and any small animals that may be in your care.

Why? Ozzy Osbourne and Slash are coming to town, that’s why. They’re the main attractions Saturday night at the Tacoma Dome. And, in case you didn’t know, they’re also two of the most debauched rockers to ever be featured on VH-1’s “Behind the Music.”

So as a public service we’ve compiled some incriminating confessions from their biographies, “I Am Ozzy” (written with Chris Ayres, Hachette Book Group, $15.99) and “Slash” (with Anthony Bozza, It Books, $15.99) to figure out which guy is the most dangerous and erratic – and to let you know why you should do a 180 and run if you see either one strolling down D Street before the show.
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Oct.
11th

Ozzy Osbourne, Slash headed to Tacoma Dome

It’s been a while since Ozzfest brought its head-banging mayhem to these parts. But finally namesake Ozzy Osbourne is coming back.

Metal’s godfather will headline the Tacoma Dome on Feb. 5, 2011, Live Nation announced today. And his opening act is no slouch, either. It’s Guns N’ Roses/Velvet Revolver guitarist god Slash, who will be out in support of his self-titled solo album.

Live Nation and Ticketmaster will start selling tickets at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 16. The price range is $29.50 to

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Jan.
31st

Grammys: Score one for Taylor Swift

The Grammy arms race is on. Eight-time nominee Taylor Swift scores the second Grammy for best country album for “Fearless.” (Still no Kanye.)

The reigning Queen of Pop, Beyonce, looks stunning as she makes her entrance with a gang of storm troopers. She slays with her mash-up of “If I Were a Boy” and Alanis Morisette’s “You Oughta Know.” I think she did that at KeyArena last Spring. I’ll have to double check that set list.

But did I just hear a promo for T-Pain performing with Slash before the commercial break? What? Just when I thought the Grammys

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