Ozzy Osbourne just got his next big TV role — and it’s as a cartoon fish whose name is strikingly similar to a fellow controversial rock star.
We’re grateful that some of the greatest artists of all time are still adding to their respective legacies with excellent new albums. Here, then, are five great albums that legends released in 2013.
In Not Fade Away, we take a look at the legacy of great albums as they celebrate significant anniversaries. Here, we look back at Black Sabbath’s fifth album, 1973’s ‘Sabbath Bloody Sabbath.’
While a majority of the North American shows will take place in Canada, the dates on this continent start and end right here in the United States, with Sabbath set to perform at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center on March 31, then hit Los Angeles’ Hollywood Bowl on April 26.
Don’t forget to speak in Ozzy’s incomprehensible stammer!
Jason Newsted, who played bass in Metallica for 15 years (and Ozzy Osbourne‘s band for a year), sums it up nicely: “Black Sabbath is timeless, ageless, and I guess could be considered the godfathers of our kind of music.”
“He was so blown away with her beauty and the aura that she projects,” says Sharon Osbourne. “He said to me, ‘I have finally met somebody that I could say is a true superstar.'”
According to Sharon Osbourne‘s candid new autobiography, Unbreakable, the wife to Prince of Darkness, Ozzy Osbourne, manipulated Ozzy to get his crap together during his 18-month relapse
After years of anticipation, battles with former drummer Bill Ward,Ozzy Osbourne‘s relapse, and guitarist Tony Iommi’s harrowing health scare, Black Sabbath finally released 13 a few months back
As Pete Seeger once said, “The right song at the right time can change history.” But what does history do when the right song comes at the wrong time?