S.A.T.O. (the ultimate Ozzy tribute) out of New York's Hudson Valley will be coming out of retirement just three months after they played their "last show ever" to play a Toys for Tots benefit. Singer says, "We're doing it for the kids".
S.A.T.O. has had more farewell shows than the Eagles, Kiss, the Who and Ozzy himself combined. Just a mere three months after the band played what was supposed to be their "final show ever" back in August, they apparently have had a change of heart. When asked about the reason they have decided to hit the stage again on Dec. 14 at The Chance in Poughkeepsie, singer Jamie Gilroy said, "It's a Toys for Tots benefit, it's for the kids...how could we say no?"
So be sure to get out of the house and rock out one last time (perhaps?) with S.A.T.O. playing Ozzy Osbourne and Black Sabbath classics this Friday, Dec. 14 at 7pm. Tickets for S.A.T.O. with special guests: Dino and the Detonators and V.I.P. are on sale and available through ticketweb.com and the Chance box office at 845-471-1966. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Toys for Tots.