Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Legendary rocker Ozzy Osbourne thrilled to 15 thousand fans in Peru

LIMA, April 13, 2011 (AFP) - Legendary British rocker Ozzy Osbourne, known as 'The Prince of Darkness', rocked Peru more than 15,000 fans on Tuesday night with a concert as part of its international tour. "We'll sing, I love them all," Osbourne said the thousands of Peruvian fans dressed in black arrived at the Monumental stadium in Lima.

The former singer of Black Sabbath began their concert with the song 'Let Me Hear You Scream' and then came the first climax of the night, 'Mr. Crowley 'that blew up and vibrate to his followers. One of the most intense moments of the concert was when the band's guitarist, Gus G, performed with his electric guitar 'El condor pasa' song typical Andean Peru.

The father of heavy metal, 62, visibly moved, thanked his fans and made a promise in English: 'Peru, I love you' I will return! " (Peru, I love you back!). Osbourne, adept in the occult and known as 'the prince of darkness', has won the Grammy Award twice in the category of best performance of metal.

After laying the foundations of heavy metal with their training in the early 1970's, Osbourne became known to the younger generation to participate in a reality-show "in which cameras followed his family life in Beverly Hills, United States.

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