OZZY Bassist BLASKO Endorsed By NOVEMBER FIRE Apparel: Exclusive Design Available

November Fire Apparel, which recently endorsed OZZY OSBOURNE/ex-ROB ZOMBIE bassist Rob "Blasko" Nicholson, is offering an exclusive Blasko design for his fans. Check it out at www.novemberfire.com.

Blasko is currently on tour with OZZY OSBOURNE as part of this year's Ozzfest.

Regarding the fact that Osbourne is playing the festival's second stage on a number of dates this year, Blasko recently told the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, "Anyone who has played both stages, like SLIPKNOT, will tell you that the second stage is way more interesting. The vibe is much stronger. Those kids who are usually in the grass setting off bonfires are now squeezed up against the stage. . . It definitely feels a lot better (on the second stage), minus the sun in your face and the heat and some of the other environmental factors."


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