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Tony Iommi says Ozzy Osbourne's suggestion of one last Black Sabbath concert with Bill Ward on drums is a 'good idea'

Tony Iommi says Ozzy Osbourne's suggestion of one last Black Sabbath concert with Bill Ward on drums is a 'good idea'

Ozzy Osbourne recently expressed his desire to perform one last concert with Black Sabbath alongside original drummer Bill Ward, much to the excitement of heavy metal fans around the world. Tony Iommi, the group's legendary guitarist, reacted positively to this idea, hinting at the possibility of reform.

Osbourne, during a chat on the web series The Madhouse Chronicles, admitted that he feels Black Sabbath's story is still incomplete. Reflecting on the band's last tour, The End, which ended in 2017 without Ward, he said: “It's not Black Sabbath anymore after all. Our career is unfinished. If they want to do another show with Bill, I'll take the chance.”

Ward, Osbourne, Geezer Butler and Amy last appeared together in 2011 to announce their first new album in 33 years and on a world tour. However, during The End tour, Ward was replaced by Tommy Clufetus due to a disagreement between Ward and Osbourne.

When asked about Osbourne's comments on Sirius XM's Trunk Nation With Eddie Trunk, Iommi acknowledged the need for a reunion. “It would be a good idea, but everyone would think: Oh, they're doing it for the money, they're doing it for this, they're doing it for that.” This will not be the case. In my opinion, that would be a good thing, but whether it happens is another matter. But we'll see. who knows ?”it's Don.

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