Sharon Osbourne made an appearance on the latest episode of Steve-O’s “Wild Ride!” podcast and says that Ozzy is “doing really good” after suffering from several medical issues last year, including a fall, neck surgery and hospitalization for the flu. She also said he is ready to begin working on another new album, after releasing his smash comeback album Ordinary Man earlier this year. Continue reading
Even though pop culture and most of the music industry doesn’t care about rock or metal, mainstream critics sometimes surprise you. Ozzy Osbourne’s comeback album, Ordinary Man, (Epic Records, review here:) has been named to Billboard Magazine’s Top 50 Albums of 2020 So Far list from their staff. Extra special in that accolade is that Ozzy has one of only two Rock albums in the list of mainly Pop, Rap, and Dance music albums; the other being by The Strokes. Ordinary Man was produced and written by Andrew Watt, with other writers and performers such as Chad Smith of The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Duff McKagan of Guns N Roses on bass, with Sir Elton John on vocals and piano, Slash on lead guitar, Tom Morello (RATM) on guitar and Post Malone!
Ozzy Osbourne has shared a sentimental, career-spanning video for the title track to his new album Ordinary Man (Epic Records). Directed by Stephen Lee Carr, the video shows Ozzy looking back at himself over the years. Watch in now! Continue reading
Ozzy Osbourne has shared a teaser on social media for his upcoming new music video for the title track to his new album, Ordinary Man (Epic Records). The video will premiere next Tuesday, March 10th, 2020 and the track features Sir Elton John, but no hint yet as to whether the fellow Rock and Roll Hall of Famer will also be in the video. Ozzy has earned the #1 rock album in the entire work, landing in the top spot or top ten in many countries. Continue reading
Ozzy Osbourne’s new album, Ordinary Man (Epic Records), is now the Number One rock record in the world, with Top Ten chart positions in seven countries. It is already the highest-charting album of Ozzy’s entire career. The album has debuted on three Billboard charts including #1 On Top Rock Albums Chart, # 2 Top Album Sales Chart, and #3 On The Top 200. Rock and Metal don’t often factor in the pop charts, but this is still very big deal for the music industry. Continue reading
Ozzy Osbourne has released his new album, and his best in some time, “Ordinary Man” today via epic records, available at all streaming DSPs and via merch bundles. Yesterday Ozzy made history by the largest global tattoo sale and album listening event ever across 50 cities worldwide on Thursday, February 20. Fans heard the record before anyone and were the first to choose from a collection of exclusive Ozzy-inspired tattoo designs. Today, Ozzy returns to the world-famous Amoeba Records (where he last hosted an in-store in June 2010) in Hollywood, California at 5:00 p.m. To attend, purchase “Ordinary Man” (available on CD, LP or picture disc) in-store at Amoeba Hollywood on February 21. Additionally, Ozzy today unveils the Golden Ticket Sweepstakes with the release with up to 300 different prizes for fans. In the U.S. only, all physical copies of the album (CD, vinyl, cassette, and pre-saves) are bundled with a unique code. Beginning today, fans may enter their codes at ordinarymansweepstakes.com to redeem for once-in-a-lifetime Ozzy prizes. The prizes range from a trip for two to Los Angeles to have dinner with Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne, a signed guitar, a “Blizzard Of Ozz” platinum plaque, “See You On The Other Side” box set, and more. Continue reading
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Ozzy Osbourne has shared a brand new song, ‘It’s a Raid’ from his new album Ordinary Man, out tomorrow. The track features pop star Post Malone, the second collaboration he has done with the Prince of Darkness. The song is also the second-to-last song on the LP, with ‘Take What You Want’ following suit. Purchase and stream the track now! Continue reading
Rough news as Heavy Metal legend Ozzy Osbourne has canceled his entire 2020 North American“No More Tours 2” tour. According to a statement from Ozzy’s publicist, he is headed over to Europe for additional medical treatments this spring, as a result of his ongoing battle with Parkinsons’ Disease and other injuries as a result of a fall in his home in early 2019. The decision to cancel the tour rather than postpone and rebook again was made to accommodate fans who’ve been holding tickets for rescheduled shows and have been asked to change plans, some multiple times. Following promotional obligations for his new Ordinary Man album (out February 21), Ozzy will continue to seek medical treatment. Marilyn Manson was to support all dates in 2020 in the USA. Refunds are available at the original point of purchase. All refunds, including fees, will be returned directly to the credit card used. Additionally, ticketholders who purchased “No More Tours 2” tickets will have first access to tickets when the next tour is announced. Ozzy has issued a statement to fans: Continue reading
Ozzy Osbourne will celebrate the release if his new album Ordinary Man (Epic Records) with a global listening party held in 50 cities around the world will host celebrations for the largest global tattoo sale and album listening event in history. This will be followed by the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee and Grammy®-winning singer and songwriter appearing at an in-store signing at Amoeba Records in Hollywood, CA on release day (February 21). Ozzy will host his first in-store in 10 years, set to take place at Amoeba Records in Hollywood, CA at 5:00 PM. To attend: purchase ORDINARY MAN (available on CD, LP or picture disc) in-store at Amoeba Hollywood on February 21. Please note: signing space is limited; line to purchase will form on Sunset Blvd. on February 21, before store opens at 10:30 AM. There is a limit of two copies of Ordinary Man per person for signing. No additional items will be signed at this event and no photos with the artist will be possible. Watch this teaser for the event now! Continue reading