Ozzy Osbourne is expanding his literary resume with his second book, 'Trust Me, I'm Dr. Ozzy.' In the tome, the Blizzard of Oz embraces his status as a "medical marvel" AKA "someone who abused his body and lived to tell about it." He's not a doctor, but he pretends like he's one in this
Tonight audiences across the country will get an unrivaled look into the mind of Ozzy Osbourne in the new documentary, 'God Bless Ozzy Osbourne,' an exclusive in-theater Fathom event that will be broadcast to more than 400 movie theaters. Shot over the course of three years, audiences will experi
'God Bless Ozzy Osbourne,' the film that Ozzy's son Jack Osbourne directed himself, will enjoy a theatrical event, as opposed to a standard theatrical run. On Wednesday, August 24th and Monday, August 29th,
The world of metal and hard rock is full of outlandish folklore, tall tales, and other sales-boosting exaggerations. However, a few truly twisted musicians cut through the swaths of harmless debauchers and womanizing "bad boys" to show us that sometimes, it's not all just in good fun
Given all the abuse that Ozzy Osbourne has inflicted on his body over the past 62 years, it might seem paradoxical for him to write a book dispensing health advice. However, that's just what the Blizzard of Ozz is doing on October 11th with the release of 'Trust Me, I'm Dr. Ozzy
There will be no Ozzfest in 2011. Tour namesake and headliner Ozzy Osbourne has just wrapped a long American tour, and will head out to Europe this summer. There's simply no Ozzfest without Ozzy, and that's that.
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By 1980, Ozzy Osbourne had already secured his place in the annals of heavy metal history because of his days fronting the almighty Black Sabbath. After being fired from the band in 1979, Osbourne found himself at a crossroads in his still-early career
New rumors keep popping up about Black Sabbath and a possible reunion between Ozzy, Tony, Geezer, and Bill. Ozzy recently spoke to VH1 Radio and voiced his doubts about whether a Sabbath reunion is feasible at this point. The
In the new documentary 'God Bless Ozzy Osbourne,' Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee reveals that even he was appalled at the level of debauchery the Prince of Darkness enjoyed while on the road in the '80s.
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