Ozzy Osbourne, am 3. Dezember geboren, ist ein britischer Rockmusiker. Bekannt wurde er als Lead-Sänger der Hard-Rock-Band Black Sabbath. Eine amerikanische Klatschseite vermeldet, dass sich Ozzy Osbourne auf dem Sterbebett befände. John Michael „Ozzy“ Osbourne (* 3. Dezember in Birmingham-Aston) ist ein britischer Rockmusiker. Bekannt wurde Ozzy Osbourne als Lead-Sänger der.
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Osbourne was fired from Black Sabbath in due to alcohol and drug problems, but went on to have a successful solo career, releasing 12 studio albums , the first seven of which received multi-platinum certifications in the US.
Osbourne has since reunited with Black Sabbath on several occasions. He rejoined in and helped record the group's final studio album, 13 , before they embarked on a farewell tour that ended with a February performance in their hometown, Birmingham, England.
His longevity and success have earned him the informal title "Godfather of Metal". Osbourne's total album sales from his years in Black Sabbath, combined with his solo work, is over million.
In the early s, Osbourne became a reality television star, appearing as himself in the MTV reality show The Osbournes alongside wife and manager Sharon and two of their three children, Kelly and Jack.
The show's third season debuted in June Osbourne was born in the Aston area of Birmingham , England. The family lived in a small two-bedroom home at 14 Lodge Road in Aston.
Osbourne has had the nickname "Ozzy" since primary school. Upon hearing their first hit single at age 14, Osbourne became a fan of the Beatles.
He credits their song " She Loves You " for inspiring him to become a musician. He attempted burglary, stealing a television which fell on him during his getaway and had to be abandoned , a handful of baby clothes originally thought to be adult clothes as it was too dark to see when he committed the burglary, and which were stolen to sell to people at a pub , and some T-shirts.
In late , Geezer Butler formed his first band, Rare Breed, and soon recruited Osbourne to serve as vocalist.
They renamed themselves Earth, but after being accidentally booked for a show instead of a different band with the same name, they decided to change their name again.
They finally settled on the name Black Sabbath in August , based on the film of the same title. Butler told Osbourne about it and together they wrote the lyrics to " Black Sabbath ", their first song in a darker vein.
Despite only a modest investment from their US record label Warner Bros. Records , Black Sabbath met with swift and enduring success.
Built around Tony Iommi's guitar riffs, Geezer Butler's lyrics , Bill Ward's dark tempo drumbeats, and topped by Osbourne's eerie vocals, early records such as their debut album Black Sabbath and Paranoid sold huge numbers, as well as getting considerable airplay.
Osbourne recalls a band lament, "in those days, the band wasn't very popular with the women". At about this time, Osbourne first met his future wife, Sharon Arden.
Just five months after the release of Paranoid , the band released Master of Reality. The album reached the top ten in both the United States and UK, and was certified gold in less than two months.
Critics were again dismissive of the album, yet it achieved gold status in less than a month. It was the band's fourth consecutive release to sell one million copies in the United States.
For the first time, the band received favourable reviews in the mainstream press. Gordon Fletcher of Rolling Stone called the album "an extraordinarily gripping affair", and "nothing less than a complete success".
Again there were favourable reviews. Rolling Stone stated, " Sabotage is not only Black Sabbath's best record since Paranoid , it might be their best ever.
AllMusic gives the album two stars, and notes that the band was "unravelling at an alarming rate". In , Osbourne left the band for three months to pursue a solo project he called Blizzard of Ozz ,  a title which had been suggested by his father.
At the request of the other members, Osbourne rejoined Sabbath. We'd go down to the sessions, and have to pack up because we were too stoned; we'd have to stop.
Nobody could get anything right, we were all over the place, everybody's playing a different thing. We'd go back and sleep it off, and try again the next day.
Touring in support of Never Say Die! Reviewers called Sabbath's performance "tired and uninspired", in stark contrast to the "youthful" performance of Van Halen, who were touring the world for the first time.
The final show of the tour — and Osbourne's last appearance with the band until — was in Albuquerque, New Mexico on 11 December.
In , back in the studio, tension and conflict arose between the members. Osbourne recalls being asked to record his vocals over and over, and tracks being manipulated endlessly by Iommi.
Osbourne claims his drug use and alcohol consumption at that time was neither better nor worse than that of the other members.
The band replaced him with former Rainbow singer Ronnie James Dio. Conflict had existed between Iommi and Osbourne from the beginning.
When Iommi saw Osbourne emerge from another room of the house, he left upon discovering it was the same "pest" he knew from growing up, as he knew of and disliked Osbourne from back in their school days.
Iommi pulled Osbourne off Butler in an attempt to break up the drunken fight, and the vocalist proceeded to turn around and take a wild swing at him.
Iommi responded by knocking Osbourne unconscious with one punch to the jaw. My thinking was, 'This is my last party, because after this I'm going back to Birmingham and the dole.
Arden dispatched his daughter Sharon to Los Angeles to "look after Ozzy's needs, whatever they were", to protect his investment.
If drummers were trying out, I played guitar, and if a bassist came along, my drummer would help out. We felt sorry for him, basically. He was always hovering around trying to get me to join, and I wasn't having any of it.
The record company would eventually title the group's debut album Blizzard of Ozz , credited simply to Osbourne, thus commencing his solo career.
Cowritten with Daisley and Rhoads, it brought Osbourne considerable success on his first solo effort. Though it is generally accepted that Osbourne and Rhoads started the band, Daisley later claimed that he and Osbourne formed the band in England before Rhoads officially joined.
Blizzard of Ozz is one of the few albums amongst the best-sellers of the s to have achieved multi-platinum status without the benefit of a top single.
And I had a thoroughly miserable time. Osbourne's second album, Diary of a Madman , featured more songs co-written with Lee Kerslake. For his work on this album and Blizzard of Ozz , Rhoads  was ranked the 85th-greatest guitarist of all time by Rolling Stone magazine in Aldridge had been Osbourne's original choice for drummer, but a commitment to Gary Moore had made him unavailable.
A light aircraft piloted by Andrew Aycock the band's tour bus driver — carrying Rhoads and Rachel Youngblood, the band's costume and make-up designer — crashed while performing low passes over the band's tour bus.
The left wing of the aircraft clipped the bus, causing the plane to graze a tree and crash into the garage of a nearby mansion, killing Rhoads, Aycock, and Youngblood.
The crash was ruled the result of "poor judgement by the pilot in buzzing the bus and misjudging clearance of obstacles". The tour was cancelled for two weeks while Osbourne, Sharon, and Aldridge returned to Los Angeles to take stock while Sarzo remained in Florida with family.
Gary Moore was the first approached to replace Rhoads, but refused. After a handful of shows he informed Sharon that he would be returning to England to continue work on a solo album he had begun before coming to America.
A live tribute album for Rhoads was also later released. Despite the difficulties, Osbourne moved on after Rhoads' death. Speak of the Devil , known in the United Kingdom as Talk of the Devil , was originally planned to consist of live recordings from , primarily from Osbourne's solo work.
Under contract to produce a live album, it ended up consisting entirely of Sabbath covers recorded with Gillis, Sarzo and Tommy Aldridge.
The album contains the fan favourite " Bark at the Moon ". Within weeks the album became certified gold. It has sold three million copies in the US.
At the time of its release, The Ultimate Sin was Osbourne's highest charting studio album. Jake E. Lee and Osbourne parted ways in Osbourne continued to struggle with chemical dependency.
That year he commemorated the fifth anniversary of Rhoads' death with Tribute , a collection of live recordings from Meanwhile, Osbourne found Zakk Wylde , who was the most enduring replacement for Rhoads to date.
The subsequent tour saw Osbourne reunited with erstwhile Black Sabbath bandmate Geezer Butler on bass. Successful through the s, Osbourne sustained commercial success into the s, starting with 's No More Tears , featuring " Mama, I'm Coming Home ".
The album enjoyed much radio and MTV exposure. It also initiated a practice of bringing in outside composers to help pen Osbourne's solo material instead of relying on his recording ensemble.
The album was mixed by veteran rock producer Michael Wagener. Intended to be Osbourne's final album, it went platinum four times over,  and ranked at number 10 on that year's Billboard rock charts.
At this point Osbourne expressed his fatigue with touring, and proclaimed his "retirement tour" which was to be short-lived. Osbourne's entire CD catalogue was remastered and reissued in In Osbourne released Ozzmosis and returned to touring, dubbing his concert performances "The Retirement Sucks Tour".
Keyboards were played by Rick Wakeman and producer Michael Beinhorn. The tour maintained Butler and Castronovo and saw Sinclair return, but a major line-up change was the introduction of former David Lee Roth guitarist Joe Holmes.
Wylde was considering an offer to join Guns N' Roses. Unable to wait for a decision on Wylde's departure, Osbourne replaced him.
In early , Butler and Castronovo left. A greatest hits package, The Ozzman Cometh , was issued in Ozzfest was an instant hit with metal fans, helping many up-and-coming groups who were featured there to broad exposure and commercial success.
Osbourne reunited with the original members of Sabbath in and has performed periodically with them since.
The festival helped promote many new hard rock and heavy metal acts of the late s and early s. Shortly after Ozzfest , Osbourne announced that he will no longer headline Ozzfest.
Although he announced his retirement from Ozzfest, Osbourne came back headlining the tour. In Osbourne closed the event for just over half the concerts, leaving the others to be closed by System of a Down.
After the concert in Bristol, Virginia , Osbourne announced he would return for another year of Ozzfest in Tickets for the tour were offered to fans free of charge, which led to some controversy.
In , Ozzfest was reduced to a one-day event in Dallas , where Osbourne played, along with Metallica and King Diamond.
In , Osbourne appeared as the headliner closing the show after opening acts Halford and Mötley Crüe. The tour, though small only six US venues and one UK venue were played , generated rave reviews.
Down to Earth , Osbourne's first album of new studio material in six years, was released on 16 October A live album, Live at Budokan , followed in Interestingly, Osbourne's former bassist Robert Trujillo replaced Newsted in Metallica during this same period.
On 8 December , Osbourne was rushed into emergency surgery at Wexham Park Hospital in Slough , England when he had an accident with his quad bike on his estate in Jordans, Buckinghamshire.
Sharon later revealed that Osbourne had stopped breathing following the crash and was resuscitated by Osbourne's then personal bodyguard, Sam Ruston.
While in hospital, Osbourne achieved his first ever UK number one single, a duet of the Black Sabbath ballad, " Changes " with daughter Kelly.
In March , Osbourne released a box set called Prince of Darkness. The first and second discs are collections of live performances, B-sides , demos and singles.
The third disc contained duets and other odd tracks with other artists, including " Born to Be Wild " with Miss Piggy.
The fourth disc, is entirely new material where Osbourne covers his favourite songs by his biggest influences and favourite bands, including the Beatles , John Lennon , David Bowie and others.
Osbourne also helped judge the UK series of the X-Factor where his wife Sharon was one of the main judges. Osbourne's next album, titled Black Rain , was released on 22 May His first new studio album in almost six years, it featured a more serious tone than previous albums.
But you know what? Instead of picking up the bottle I just got honest and said, 'I don't want life to go [to pieces]'", Osbourne stated to Billboard magazine.
Osbourne revealed in July that he was currently seeking a new guitar player. While he states that he has not fallen out with Zakk Wylde , he said he felt his songs were beginning to sound like Black Label Society and fancied a change.
In respect of fan opinion, on 29 March Osbourne announced his album would be renamed Scream. On 13 April , Osbourne announced the release date for Scream would be 15 June The song spent eight weeks on the Billboard Rock Songs chart, peaking at No.
On 9 August , Osbourne announced that the second single from the album would be "Life Won't Wait" and the video for the song would be directed by his son Jack.
Osbourne's current drummer, Tommy Clufetos , has reflected this sentiment, saying that "We are already coming up with new ideas backstage, in the hotel rooms and at soundcheck and have a bunch of ideas recorded".
A CD version contained 17 singles from across his career, never before compiled together. The DVD version contained music videos, live performances, and interviews.
In August , Epic Records president Sylvia Rhone confirmed with Billboard that Osbourne was working on another studio album;     in September , Osbourne announced he had finished the album in four weeks following his collaboration with Post Malone.
Having previously graced the main stage in previous years fronting Black Sabbath, this will be his first ever Download headline solo appearance.
The Download Festival set comes as part of Osbourne's final world tour announcement that morning. On 6 February , Osbourne announced that he would embark on his final world tour dubbed No More Tours II , a reference to his tour of the same name, with support from Stone Sour on the North American portion of the tour.
I'm still going to be doing gigs, but I'm not going on tour for six months at a time anymore. I'd like to spend some time at home. On 21 February , Osbourne released his first solo album in almost ten years, Ordinary Man , which received positive reviews from music critics and debuted at number three on the UK Albums Chart.
On 21 May , Black Sabbath played at the O2 Academy in their hometown Birmingham , their first concert since their reunion.
In January , the band began a farewell tour, titled " The End ", signifying the final performances of Black Sabbath.
Osbourne achieved greater celebrity status via his own brand of reality television. The Osbournes , a series featuring the domestic life of Osbourne and his family wife Sharon, children Jack and Kelly, occasional appearances from his son Louis, but eldest daughter Aimee did not participate.
The program became one of MTV's greatest hits. It premiered on 5 March , and the final episode aired 21 March Presenter Patricia Heaton walked out midway in disgust.
He becomes unlocked upon completing " Mr. Crowley " and " Crazy Train " in the vocalist career. Osbourne has received several awards for his contributions to the music community.
In addition, that year a bronze star honouring Osbourne was placed on Broad Street in Birmingham, England while Osbourne watched. He was presented the award by the Lord Mayor of Birmingham.
Osbourne was presented with the award by Sir Ben Kingsley. The book debuted at No. Osbourne later referred to his first marriage as "a terrible mistake".
In the documentary film God Bless Ozzy Osbourne , produced by his son Jack, Osbourne sheepishly admitted that he could not even remember when Louis and Jessica were born.
Osbourne married his manager Sharon Arden on 4 July and the couple had three children together, Aimee born 2 September , Kelly born 27 October , and Jack born 8 November He later confessed that the well known "Fourth of July" US Independence Day date was chosen so that he would never forget his anniversary.
Guitarist Randy Rhoads predicted in that the couple would "probably get married someday" despite their constant bickering and the fact that Osbourne was still married to Thelma at the time.
Osbourne wrote a song for his daughter Aimee, which appeared as a B-side on the album Ozzmosis. At the end of the song, his daughter can be heard saying "I'll always be your angel", referring to the song's chorus lyrics.
The Osbourne family divide their time between their Buckinghamshire  mansion and a home in Los Angeles, California. Though Osbourne has long been accused of being a Satanist, it was reported by The New York Times in that he was a practicing member of the Church of England and prayed before each show.
Then-President George W. Ozzy, Mom loves your stuff. This was his first tattoo, created by himself as a teenager with a sewing needle and pencil lead.
On 6 February , Osbourne was hospitalized in an undisclosed location on his doctor's advice due to flu complications, postponing the European leg of his " No More Tours 2 " tour.
The issue was described as a "severe upper-respiratory infection" following a bout with the flu which his doctor feared could develop into pneumonia , given the physicality of the live performances and an extensive travel schedule throughout Europe in harsh winter conditions.
Tour promoters Live Nation said in a statement that they were hopeful that Osbourne would be "fit and healthy" and able to honor tour dates in Australia and New Zealand in March.
Osbourne has abused alcohol and other drugs for most of his adult life. He admitted to Sounds in , "I get high, I get fucked up There must be something wrong with the system if so many people have to get fucked up I never take dope or anything before I go on stage.
I'll smoke a joint or whatever afterwards. Despite this, said Iommi, he was typically the only one left standing when the others were "out for the count".
Osbourne's first experience with cocaine was in early at a hotel in Denver, Colorado , after a show Black Sabbath had done with Mountain. It's like having your first fuck!
Osbourne's drug and alcohol abuse have at times caused friction within his band. Don Airey , keyboardist for Osbourne during his early solo career, has said that the vocalist's substance-abuse issues were what ultimately caused him to leave the band.
When he was able to perform, his voice was often so damaged from cigarettes and alcohol that the performance suffered.
Many shows on the American leg of the Diary of a Madman tour were simply canceled, and the members of his band quickly began to tire of the unpredictability, coupled with the often violent mood swings he was prone to when drunk.
Osbourne claims in his autobiography that he was invited in to a meeting with the head of CBS Europe in Germany.
Intoxicated, he decided to lighten the mood by performing a striptease on the table and then kissing the record executive on the lips.
According to his wife Sharon, he had actually performed a goose-step up and down the table and urinated in the executive's wine, but was too drunk to remember.
On 18 February , while wearing his future wife Sharon's dress for a photoshoot near the Alamo , Osbourne drunkenly urinated on a cenotaph erected in honour of those who died at the famous battle in Texas, across the street from the actual building.
He also physically attacked Rhoads and Rudy Sarzo in a hotel bar that morning, and Sharon informed the band that she feared he had "finally snapped".
Osbourne later had no memory of firing his band and the tour continued, though his relationship with Rhoads never fully recovered. In , Osbourne told the Los Angeles Times how he was nearly incapacitated by medication prescribed by a Beverly Hills doctor.
Osbourne experienced tremors for some years and linked them to his continuous drug abuse. In May , he found out it was actually Parkin syndrome , a genetic condition, the symptoms of which are similar to Parkinson's disease.
Osbourne will have to take daily medication for the rest of his life to combat the involuntary shudders associated with the condition. At the TEDMED Conference in October , scientists from Knome joined Osbourne on stage to discuss their analysis of Osbourne's whole genome, which shed light on how the famously hard-living rocker has survived decades of drug abuse.
In April , Osbourne revealed through Facebook that he had resumed drinking and taking drugs for the past year and a half, stating he "was in a very dark place" but said he had been sober again since early March.
He also apologised to Sharon, his family, friends, bandmates and his fans for his "insane" behaviour during that period.
Throughout his career, many religious groups have accused Osbourne of being a negative influence on teenagers, stating that his genre of rock music has been used to glorify Satanism.
Scholar Christopher M. Moreman compared the controversy to those levelled against the occultist Aleister Crowley. Both were demonised by the media and some religious groups for their antics.
Although Osbourne tempts the comparison with his song " Mr. Crowley ", he denies the charge of being a Satanist; conversely it has been alleged that Osbourne is a member of the Church of England and that he prays before taking the stage each night before every concert.
In , after signing his first solo career record deal, Osbourne bit the head off a dove during a meeting with CBS Records executives in Los Angeles.
He then spat the head out,   with blood still dripping from his lips. Despite its controversy, the head-biting act has been parodied and alluded to several times throughout his career and is part of what made Osbourne famous.
On 20 January , Osbourne bit the head off a bat  that he thought was rubber while performing at the Veterans Memorial Auditorium in Des Moines, Iowa.
Rolling Stone magazine in ranked this incident number two on its list of "Rock's Wildest Myths". On 20 January , Osbourne commemorated the 37th anniversary of the bat incident by offering an 'Ozzy Plush Bat' toy "with detachable head" for sale on his personal web-store.
The site claimed the first batch of toys sold out within hours. A friend of the murderer quoted: "Jimmy said that every time he listened to the song he felt strange inside He said when he heard it on New Year's Eve he went out and stabbed someone".
The song deals with the dangers of alcohol abuse. McCollum's suicide led to allegations that Osbourne promoted suicide in his songs.
CBS  for their son's death, saying the lyrics in the song, "Where to hide, suicide is the only way out. Don't you know what it's really about?
The family's lawyer suggested that Osbourne should be criminally charged for encouraging a young person to commit suicide, but the courts ruled in Osbourne's favour, saying there was no connection between the song and McCollum's suicide.
Osbourne was sued for the same reason in Waller v. In lawsuits filed in and which were dismissed by the courts in , former band members Bob Daisley, Lee Kerslake, and Phil Soussan stated that Osbourne was delinquent in paying them royalties and had denied them due credit on albums they played on.
The US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit ruled that Osbourne does not owe any royalties or credit to the former band members who were let go in The albums were then reissued.
In July , Osbourne and Tony Iommi decided to discontinue the court proceedings over ownership of the Black Sabbath trademark. As reported to Blabbermouth , "Both parties are glad to put this behind them and to cooperate for the future and would like it to be known that the issue was never personal, it was always business.
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