Detroit native and drummer for Ozzy Osbourne, Tommy Clufetos, will be coming home to teach a clinic at Adams High School Auditorium on Tuesday, December 13 at 6.30 p.m. Cover is $10.
According to a statement, “Tommy Clufetos, drummer for Ozzy Osbourne, will be in town Tuesday, December 13 performing an educational drum clinic at Adams High School Auditorium the same high school he graduated from in 98’. The Detroit School of Rock & Pop will also be a part of this event. Tommy is a Detroit native and has toured w/ Ted Nugent, Alice Cooper, Rob Zombie and now Ozzy.”
The venue is located at 3200 West Tienken Road/Rochester Hills. The show should provide a rare opportunity to speak with a local guy now playing in front of the biggest crowds worldwide and, with Black Sabbath now reforming, he has a bit of time on his hands.
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