Rock Legends Offer Outrage, Solidarity Following Horrific Manchester Bomb Attack

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From Ozzy To Uncle Ted, The Rock World Grieves

It’s been a little over 24 hours since a suicide bomber targeted an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England, and as the horrors of last night began to sink in around the world – 22 dead and countless others injured, the youngest victim an 8-year-old girl named Saffie – the rock and roll community was among the first to reach out to those affected by the tragedy, heartbroken and outraged by the attack on our most vulnerable: children.

From Black Sabbath to Ted Nugent, here’s a look at some of the rock legends that took to social media in the moments and hours after the news broke:


Paul Stanley, KISS:

The Zombies:

Joe Perry, Aerosmith:

Queen:

Brian May, Queen

Peter Frampton:

Foghat:

Black Sabbath:

Ted Nugent:

Alice Cooper:

The Rolling Stones:

The Doobie Brothers:

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