Ozzy Osbourne, singer
Singer
Black Sabbath
birth name: John Osbourne

Ozzy Osbourne

December 3, 1948, Birmingham, England

“Could be worse… I could be Sting.” ~ Ozzy Osbourne

As the lead vocalist with Black Sabbath in the 1970s and throughout his solo career that began in the 1980s, Ozzy Osbourne has been one of the top performers in the rock 'n' roll field known as heavy metal. With a reputation for bizarre acts and occult lyrics, he has both delighted fans and outraged critics. With the help and support of his wife and manager, Sharon, Osbourne has continually reinvented himself into the new millennium with projects including an ongoing summer festival called Ozzfest, and a wildly successful television series, The Osbournes, on cable television's MTV. ~ Musicianguide: Ozzy Osbourne ~ retrieved December 3, 2014 © Musicianguide

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December 3, 1988 ~ Billboard Hot 100 ~ #3 (4) Breathe, How Can I Fall ~ #2 (6) Chicago, Look AWay ~ #1 (2) Will To Power, Baby I Love Your Way/Freebird Medley

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Ozzy Osbourne ~ Named Hit Parader's #8 Heavy Metal's All Time Top 100 Vocalists in 2006.

Ozzy Osbourne ~ Crazy Train (Daisley/Osbourne/Rhoads) ~ Named one of the 500 Songs That Shaped Rock & Roll in 1995.

Black Sabbath

Little did four Brummie gentleman know, their 1970 debut studio full length would greatly shape the rock landscape, and according to many, be responsible for giving birth to heavy metal. For four working class boys from Aston, that's quite an achievement, and certainly, it's safe to say that history will remember Black Sabbath. ~ Ultimate Guitar: Tony Iommi interview ~ February 13, 2010 © Ultimate Guitar

Black Sabbath ~ Ranked #85 Rolling Stone 100 Greatest Artists in 2004.

Black Sabbath ~ Black Sabbath (1970) ~ Ranked #3 Kerrang! 50 Most Influential Albums Of All Time in 2003.



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