OZZY OSBOURNE - "I Think I'll Do This 'Til The Day I Die; It's Not A Job, It's A Passion"
August 7, 2017, 2 years ago
Ozzy Osbourne spoke with John Perry at 95 WIIL on July 16th at the Chicago Open Air festival in Bridgeview, IL. The legendary Black Sabbath singer discussed the "rock is dead" controversy and how he doesn't plan to retire any time soon.
On July 16th, Ozzy Osbourne performed his second solo show since wrapping up The End tour cycle with Black Sabbath earlier this year. Fan-filmed video from the Chicago Open Air featuring Ozzy, guitarist Zakk Wylde, bassist Rob "Blasko" Nicholson on bass, keyboardist Adam Wakeman, and drummer Tommy Clufetos (who also toured with Sabbath), is available for streaming below.
Upcoming Ozzy tour dates:
9 - Sturgis, SD - Buffalo Chip
21 - Cartersville, IL - Moonstock Festival
In a recent interview with the Chicago Tribune, Wylde talked about a possible new Ozzy solo album.
"My relationship with Ozzy and Mrs. O (Sharon Osbourne) is if they call me up and say 'Bring eggs and milk over and clean the dog run' I do it. If Oz wants to do another record then we knock it out. We haven't spoken yet about a record. Basically, right now it's about the shows."
(Photo - Mark Weiss)