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Italian Air Force flyover of downtown Moose Jaw cancelled due to smoke
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Caught in 4K: Sask. men charged after poaching revealed in YouTube video
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Regina man charged in connection to June robbery on Dewdney Avenue
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Markets bet on second Bank of Canada interest rate cut coming this week
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Joe Biden drops out of 2024 race, endorses Kamala Harris to be Democratic nominee
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Investigators deployed to aircraft accident in southwest Sask.
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Swift Current RCMP asking public for help finding missing 87-year-old woman
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Hospital emergency codes in Sask: What each colour means
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Sask. man who failed to return to Yorkton correctional centre arrested in Manitoba
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Forever grateful: Thomson family thanks loyal fans and supporters of Bella Brave
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Sask. RCMP respond to 147 calls for service and make 33 arrests at Country Thunder
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Sask. TikTok star Bella Brave dies after latest hospitalization
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All is sweetness and light between Ozzy Osbourne and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as the Prince of Darkness prepares for his second induction — this time as a solo artist.

Osbourne, you may remember, tried to get Black Sabbath taken off the 1999 nominations list, calling the nod “meaningless.” But he happily went in with the band in 2006, and he tells Billboard via email that to become one of the Rock Hall’s multiple inductees “feels big. I’m more than honored.”

The honor comes after his wife and manager Sharon Osbourne called out the Rock Hall last year for not considering Ozzy as a solo artist even though he’s been eligible since 2006. Osbourne began that career after leaving Black Sabbath acrimoniously in 1979 and scoring eight consecutive multi-platinum albums starting with Blizzard of Ozz in 1980. On his own he’s also released iconic songs such as “Crazy Train,” “Flying High Again,” “Bark at the Moon,” “Shot in the Dark” and “No More Tears.”

“I definitely wouldn’t say I was confident” about solo success, says Osbourne, adding that the 2021 induction of Randy Rhoads, his late songwriting partner, in the musical excellence category “made me feel we could be on to something. With every new music venture there’s always a certain amount of surprise that comes when you see the fans embrace it, because no one wants to make a record and have it flop. I feel like I was invited to a party in 1980, and it hasn’t stopped. Not bad for a guy who was fired from his last band.”

Comparing this induction to Sabbath’s “feels different,” Osbourne says, “because my solo career, it’s been a much larger part of my overall music career as a whole.” And after finishing fourth in the fan vote with more than 480,000 votes “feels more special, and I’m sure I’m not the only one that feels that way.”

The big question, of course, is whether Osbourne will perform at the induction ceremony on Oct. 19 in Cleveland. Though he’s effectively retired from touring due to a variety of health issues, including Parkinson’s disease, Osbourne continues to speak about performing again in some capacity. Could it be a two- or three-song set for the Rock Hall? “You never know,” he says, only promising that his outfit that night “will most certainly be black.”

Osbourne has remained prolific as a recording artist, meanwhile, releasing two albums so far this decade — Ordinary Man in 2020, Patient Number 9 in 2022 — and is intending to do more. “I’m not putting a timetable on it,” Osbourne says, “but I plan to start working on a new album sometime in the near future.”



Halestorm and I Prevail have announced a 2024 North American co-headlining summer tour with Hollywood Undead and Fit for a King as support.

Halestorm shared a teaser clip on their Instagram a few days ago that showed their logo spin over a black background, then switch to I Prevails logo and then back to their own again. It was a subtle teaser, but anyone familiar with I Prevails logo may have recognized the horizontal symbol that connects the V and the A in their band name.

The trek will kick off July 9 in Raleigh, N.C. and wrap up Aug. 17 in Las Vegas. The general ticket sale beings this Friday, March 8 at 10AM local time. You can get tickets through Halestorms website or I Prevails page.

See the teaser below and the tour dates underneath.

Freaks, we are so proud to announce that we are joining forces with I Prevail, Lzzy Hale enthused. This isn’t your typical summer tour. This is two worlds colliding under one haven for our collective armies. And bringing you a show unlike any weve done before! We have a lot of surprises in store, so get your tickets now for an experience none of us will forget!

Were thrilled to join forces with Halestorm this summer, I Prevails Eric Vanlerberghe added. Touring with Halestorm is long overdue, as we admire their talent, energy, and dedication to rock music, and are thrilled to finally see it happen. This is going to be one of the best tours of the summer and one of the best weve ever done.

Halestorm 2024 North American Tour Dates

  • July 9 — Raleigh, N.C. @ Coastal Credit Union Music Park
  • July 11 — Noblesville, Ind. @ Ruoff Music Center
  • July 13 — Clarkston, Mich. @ Pine Knob Music Theatre
  • July 15 — Gilford, N.H. @ BankNH Pavilion
  • July 16 — Boston, Mass. @ Leader Bank Pavilion
  • July 18 — Toronto, ON @ Budweiser Stage
  • July 21 — Tinley Park, Ill. @ Credit Union 1 Amphitheatre
  • July 23 — Bridgeport, Conn. @ Hartford HealthCare Amphitheater
  • July 24 — Scranton, Pa. @ Pavilion @ Montage Mountain
  • July 26 — Holmdel, N.J. @ PNC Bank Arts Center
  • July 27 — York, Pa. @ York Fair^
  • July 30 — Mansfield, Ohio @ Inkcarceration*
  • July 31 — Alpharetta, Ga. @ Ameris Bank Amphitheatre
  • Aug. 1 — Tampa, Fla. @ MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre
  • Aug. 3 — Charlotte, N.C. @ PNC Music Pavilion
  • Aug. 4 — Franklin, Tenn. @ FirstBank Amphitheater
  • Aug. 7 — St. Louis, Mo. @ Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre
  • Aug. 8 — Rogers, Ark. @ Walmart AMP
  • Aug. 10 — Woodlands, Texas @ The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion Presented by Huntsman
  • Aug. 11 — Irving, Texas @ The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory
  • Aug. 13 — Denver, Colo. @ Fiddlers Green Amphitheatre*^
  • Aug. 14 — Albuquerque, N.M. @ Isleta Amphitheater
  • Aug. 16 — Phoenix, AZ @ Ariz. Financial Theater
  • Aug. 17 — Las Vegas, Nev. @ Bakkt Theater at Planet Hollywood Casino & Resort



The Creed reunion tour is adding a new leg of shows with 3 Doors Down and Mammoth WVHFinger Eleven will also play select dates as well.

This latest leg, dubbed the Are You Ready? tour, begins Nov. 2 in Oklahoma City and wraps Dec. 5 in Orlando, Florida. All dates can be seen below.

Everything feels like its falling into place for Creed, with their music being adopted by both the World Series winning Texas Rangers and the NFLs Minnesota Vikings over this past year. The bands song Higher also helped propel rocker Huntley to a win on the previous season of NBCs The Voice.

The band first announced a Summer of 99 cruise, with 3 Doors Down serving as primary support and BuckcherryTonic, Vertical Horizon, Fuel, The Verve Pipe, Tantric, Dishwalla, Louise Post (of Veruca Salt) and Nine Days also being booked. It sold out so fast that a second cruise was soon added, this time with Daughtry subbing in for 3 Doors Down. Jimmies Chicken Shack and Sugar: The Nu-Metal Party were also added.

That was soon followed by a full-fledged tour featuring a rotating cast of support acts that include 3 Doors Down, Daughtry, Switchfoot, Tonic, Big Wreck and Finger Eleven. Plus, they booked a single day festival dubbed Summer of 99 and Beyond in San Bernardino, California on Aug. 31 that features 3 Doors Down, Daughtry, Finger Eleven, Fuel, Vertical Horizon and The Verve Pipe.

The new leg of dates will have a reunion of another sort, with onetime Tremonti bassist Wolfgang Van Halen now fronting his own band Mammoth WVH, who will open shows.

Creed tickets go on sale starting with pre-sales from Tuesday, Feb. 6, with the general on-sale starting Friday, Feb. 9 at 10AM local time.

See all the dates, cities and venues for the run listed below.

Creed / 3 Doors Down / Mammoth WVH / Finger Eleven 2024 Tour Dates

Nov. 02 - Oklahoma City, Okla. @ Paycom Center *
Nov. 03 - Little Rock, Ark. @ Simmons Bank Arena *
Nov. 06 - Kansas City, Mo. @ T-Mobile Center *
Nov. 08 - Nashville, Tenn. @ Bridgestone Arena *
Nov. 09 - Biloxi, Miss. @ Mississippi Coast Coliseum *
Nov. 12 - Corpus Christi, Texas @ American Bank Center Arena *
Nov. 13 - Fort Worth, Texas @ Dickies Arena *
Nov. 15 - Austin, Texas @ Moody Center ATX *
Nov. 16 - Bossier City, La. @ Brookshire Grocery Arena *
Nov. 19 - Grand Rapids, Mich. @ Van Andel Arena *
Nov. 20 - Detroit, Mich. @ Little Caesars Arena *
Nov. 22 - Cleveland, Ohio @ Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse *
Nov. 23 - Baltimore, Md. @ CFG Bank Arena *
Nov. 25 - Montreal, Quebec @ Bell Centre ^
Nov. 27 - Toronto, Ontario @ Scotiabank Arena ^
Nov. 29 - New York, N.Y. @ Madison Square Garden *
Nov. 30 - Bangor, Maine @ Cross Insurance Center *
Dec. 02 - Allentown, Pa. @ PPL Center #
Dec. 04 - Atlanta, Ga. @ State Farm Arena *
Dec. 05 - Orlando, Fla. @ Kia Center #



Adam Harrison, one of three sons of reality TV show Pawn Stars celebrity Richard Rick Harrison, has died in Las Vegas, a family representative said Saturday. He was 39.

Harrison family spokesperson Laura Herlovich confirmed Adam Harrison died Friday, said his death was from a suspected drug overdose and issued a short statement.

Our family is extremely saddened by the death of Adam, the statement said. We ask for privacy as we grieve his loss.

The Las Vegas Review-Journal reported that police were investigating Adam Harrisons death, which was first reported by celebrity website TMZ. Las Vegas police did not immediately respond Saturday to messages from The Associated Press.

Herlovich said she did not know where Harrison died or the overdose substance.

Adam Harrison was not featured on Pawn Stars. The show does feature Harrisons oldest son, Corey Harrison.

Both Richard Harrison and Corey Harrison posted short memorial comments on their Instagram accounts.

The History Channel program started in 2009. It centers on family relationships and business operations of a storefront business on Las Vegas Boulevard.

Family patriarch Richard Harrison, who was characterized on the show as The Old Man, died in June 2018 at age 77.



Ozzy Osbourne is unlikely to tour again, according to his son.

Jack Osbourne doesnt expect his dad to ever hit the road again for a run of shows, but admitted the 74-year-old rocker - who insisted recently he wanted to go back on the road - is still keen to perform at one-off gigs.

He told The Messenger, I dont think hell tour again. But hes gunning to do one-off shows - like festivals, gigs, things like that. Hes not done yet!

Ozzy suffers from a rare form of Parkinson’s and last year underwent life-altering surgery to remove and realign a series of pins in his neck and back from a 2003 quad biking accident.

In June, the Black Sabbath frontman went under the knife to have a filter removed from his artery, after the threat of blood clots hitting his major organs was reduced.

Jack has now told how Ozzy is doing really well following his latest operation, and he has no more nerve issues.

The 38-year-old star added, There were a few hiccups, but hes doing good. Hes got no more pain, no more nerve issues.

READ MORE: Why Is Ozzy Osbourne Called The Prince of Darkness?

Jacks comments about his fathers touring come after Ozzy insisted in September that he wanted to go back on the road.

He told Metal Hammer magazine at the time, I’m getting myself fit. I’ve done two albums fairly recently [2020s Ordinary Man and 2022s Patient Number 9], but I want to do one more album and then go back on the road.

Ozzys comments came after he revealed in February that he had retired from touring.

He said in a statement: This is probably one of the hardest things I’ve ever had to share with my loyal fans. As you may all know, four years ago, this month, I had a major accident, where I damaged my spine.

My one and only purpose during this time has been to get back onstage. My singing voice is fine. However, after three operations, stem cell treatments, endless physical therapy sessions, and most recently groundbreaking Cybernics (HAL) Treatment, my body is still physically weak.

Addressing his fans, he went on: “I am honestly humbled by the way you’ve all patiently held onto your tickets for all this time, but in all good conscience, I have now come to the realization that I’m not physically capable of doing my upcoming European/UK tour dates, as I know I couldn’t deal with the travel required. Believe me when I say that the thought of disappointing my fans really F**** ME UP, more than you will ever know.


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