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Ozzy Osbourne Announces Rescheduled U.K., European Tour Dates

After having to postpone dates on his U.K. and European tour due to illness, rocker Ozzy Osbourne is back with his No More Tours tour, and will play Prague, Czech Republic, on November 13, UPI reports. The rock icon will then play European dates in Austria, Italy, Madrid and Switzerland, before four dates across Germany. Osbourne then heads to Stockholm, Sweden, on December 5, before finishing the tour in Helsinki, Finland, on December 7. Here are all the remaining dates:

  • November 13 -- Prague, Czech Republic
  • November 16 -- Vienna, Austria
  • November 19 -- Bologna, Italy
  • November 22 -- Madrid, Spain
  • November 24 -- Zurich, Switzerland
  • November 26 -- Munich, Germany
  • November 28 -- Mannheim, Germany
  • November 30 -- Berlin, Germany
  • December 3 -- Hamberg, Germany
  • December 5 -- Stockholm, Sweden

Beatles Return to Top of U.S. & UK Charts With "Abbey Road" 50th Anniversary Reissue

Beatles fans have "Come Together" to make Abbey Road a chart-topper once more. Billboard reports that the 1969 album is back in the Billboard 200's top 10 for the first time since 1970, jumping from #71 to #3 on the chart thanks to its 50th anniversary reissue. The LP sold 81,000 equivalent album units in the U.S. for the week ending October 3, with 70,000 of that total in pure album sales. Meanwhile, OfficialCharts.com says Abbey Road went all the way to #1 on the latest UK chart, setting a new record for the album with the longest time between #1 positions at 49 years and 252 days. The Beatles previously held that record thanks to Sgt. Pepper, which had a gap of 49 years and 125 days between topping the chart, when its 50th anniversary re-release reached #1 in June 2017.


Aerosmith Extends Las Vegas Residency Into 2020

Consequence of Sound reports that Aerosmith will bring back their Las Vegas residency in 2020 with 15 newly scheduled performances. The new dates kick off at the Park Theater at the Park MGM on January 29 and 31. They'll then play six shows in February and five in May before wrapping up with shows on June 2 and June 4. Tickets for the new dates go on sale this coming Friday. Meanwhile, the band still has nine dates left for their 2019 run at the Park Theater, with the next taking place on September 21.