MARCH 20, 1982
After playing a gig at The Knoxville, Tennessee Worlds Fair on March 18, The
Ozzy Osbourne Band
headed to Orlando, Florida to play Rock Super Bowl XIV
with Headliners,
Foreinger and support bands UFO and Bryan Adams. The tour
bus stopped in
Leesburg, Florida just North of Orlando at a Ranch Home
with a private air strip. The tour bus driver "Andrew Aycock" was also a pilot,
so Andrew,
Randy, and the bands hairdresser "Rachel Youngblood"
boarded a single engine, 4 seater Beechcraft for a Joyride.

The pilot Andrew Aycock buzzed Ozzy's tour bus 4 times trying to wake him up.
The planes wing clipped the bus and the plane crashed into a house
and all 3 passengers were
killed instantly.
March 18, 1982 The Knoxville Worlds Fair would be
Randy Rhoads last show. A memorial was built at the spot of the
plane crash in Leesburg, Florida.

Ozzy and the rest of the band had to cancel the next 8 shows including
Rock Super Bowl XIV on March 20th and the Miami Orange Bowl show on
March 21st and was replaced by Orlando native
Pat Travers.

The Diary of a Madman Tour resumed on April 1, 1982 in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
with new lead guitarist
Bernie Torme of The Gillan Band.
Despite the plane crash and the loss of
Randy Rhoads, OZZY was back up and
touring only 12 days after the crash.

1. We Belong To The Night
2. Let It Roll
3. Long Gone
4. The Wild The Willing The Innocent
5. Only You Can Rock Me
6. No Place To Run
7. Love To Love
8. The Writer
9. Makin Moves
10. Too Hot To Handle
11. Lights Out
12. Mystery Train
13. Doctor Doctor
This is 8mm Video from ROCK SUPER BOWL XIV
Randy Rhoads last concert ticket - March 18, 1982 Knoxville, TN
Cancelled show March 20, 1982 Orlando, FL
Cancelled show March 21, 1982 Miami, FL