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Former Black Sabbath’s Bill Ward announces USA West Coast Tour

Bill Ward's Day Of Errors

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Former Black Sabbath’s Bill Ward announces USA West Coast Tour

Day Of Errors is the three-piece band led by original Black Sabbath drummer Bill Ward. And they just announced a short West Coast tour in early December.


Take a look at the confirmed dates:

Dec. 07 – Wow Hall – Eugene, OR

Dec. 08 – High Dive – Seattle, WA

Dec. 09 – Dante’s – Portland, OR

Dec. 12 – Great American Music Hall – San Francisco, CA

Dec. 13 – Catalyst – Santa Cruz, CA

Dec. 14 – The Garage – Ventura, CA

Dec. 15 – The Casbah – San Diego, CA

Bill Ward 2017

The band made its live debut in June 2016 at Gaslamp in Long Beach, California.

The group, which was formed by Ward “in the desire to have my drumming spirit continue to live,” also features Joe Amodea on guitar/vocals and Kill Devil Hill singer Jason “Dewey” Bragg on vocals.

Ward says: “We play loud, hard, with overtures of gut-kicking heavy, heavy parts.”

Ward was on board for the Sabbath reunion when it was first announced in November 2011, but backed out soon after. He later said that he sat out the recording and touring sessions because of unfair contractual terms, although Ozzy, Geezer and Tony have hinted in other interviews that he wasn’t physically up to the task.

Watch they performing a year ago:

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