Ozzy Osbourne

Ozzy Osbourne
Tommy Clufetos (Drums [since 2010], Rob Zombie, Alice Cooper), Kostas Karamitroudis (aka Gus G.) (Guitar [since 2009], Firewind, ex-Arch Enemy, ex-Mystic Prophecy, ex-Dream Evil, ex-Nightrage), Rob "Blasko" Nicholson (Bass [since 2003], ex-Rob Zombie, ex-Prong), John Michael Osbourne (aka Ozzy Osbourne) (Vocals [since 1979], Black Sabbath), Adam Wakeman (Keyboard [since 2004], Black Sabbath, Snakecharmer (UK)), Jake E. Lee (Guitar [1983-1987], Badlands, ex-Dio (USA)), Alex Skolnick (Guitar [1995], Testament, Savatage), Rudy Sarzo (Bass [1981-1982], ex-Dio (USA), ex-Quiet Riot, ex-Whitesnake, ex-Yngwie Malmsteen), Randy Rhoads (Guitar [1979-1982], died 19/03/1982 (plane crash), ex-Quiet Riot), Don Costa (Bass [1983], W.A.S.P), Phil Soussan (Bass, Back Vocals [1985-1987], Michael Schenker Group, L.A. Guns, Derek Sherinian, Steve Lukather, Gilby Clarke), Jerry Cantrell (Guitar [2004-2006], Alice In Chains), Pete Way (Bass [1981-1982], UFO, Fastway), Bernie Torme (Guitar [1982]), Chris Wyse (Bass [2004-2005], The Cult), Tommy Aldridge (Drums [1981-1985], Black Oak Arkansas, Pat Travers, Gary Moore, Whitesnake, Thin Lizzy), Lee Kerslake (Drums [1979-1981], Uriah Heep), Jason Newsted (Bass [2003], ex-Metallica), Jimmy DeGrasso (Drums [1985], Mama's Boys), Carmine Appice (Drums [1983], Vanilla Fudge, Cactus, Beck), James LoMenzo (Bass [1994], White Lion, Ace Frehley), Joe Holmes (Guitar [1995-1998] [1999-2001], Lizzy Borden, David Lee Roth), Robert Trujillo (Bass [1996-2003], Jerry Cantrell, Metallica, ex-Black Label Society, ex-Suicidal Tendencies, ex-Glenn Tipton), Geezer Butler (Bass [1988-1989] [1995] [1996], Black Sabbath, Heaven And Hell, GZR), John Sinclair (Keyboard [1986-2003]), Brad Gillis (Guitar [1982-1983]), Mike Bordin (aka Puffy Bordin) (Drums [1996-2010], ex-Faith No More), Bob Daisley (Bass [1979-1981] [1983-1985] [1988] [1991] [1994], Widowmarker, Rainbow, ex-Black Sabbath), Mike Inez (Bass [1989-1995] [1996] [1998], Alice In Chains), Jeffrey Phillip Wiedlandt (aka Zakk Wylde) (Guitar [1987-1992] [1995] [1998] [2001-2004] [2006-2009], Black Label Society, ex-Pride And Glory, ex-Zyris, ex-CPR, ex-Allman Brothers, ex-Derek Sherinian)

OZZY OSBOURNE is a multi-platinum recording artist, a Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee and a three-time Grammy® winning singer and songwriter, who has sold more than 120 million albums worldwide.

OSBOURNE's career has spanned more than four decades (as both a successful solo artist and as the lead singer of Black Sabbath) and his music is as relevant today as ever, still being heard daily on TV, in movies, on radio and at stadium sports events. In 2011 OZZY reunited with Black Sabbath and in June 2013, after more than three decades of waiting, the band released their critically acclaimed 13 album (Vertigo/Republic), which entered the charts at #1 in 13 countries.

Produced by seven-time Grammy-Award winning producer Rick Rubin, 13 features the original BLACK SABBATH: OZZY OSBOURNE, TONY IOMMI and GEEZER BUTLER. In 2014 the group won a Grammy® Award in the Best Metal Performance category for the album’s first single “God Is Dead?” In May 2014 OSBOURNE was honored with the Stevie Ray Vaughan Award for his dedication and support of the MusiCares MAP Fund at the 10th anniversary MusiCares MAP Fund® benefit concert.

Later that year (November), OZZY was presented with the “Global Icon” award at the 2014 MTV Europe Music Awards in Glasgow. This year also marks 20 years since OSBOURNE created his name-sake hard-rock/metal touring festival, OZZFEST, which has had a hugely successful run across North America, Europe and Japan and will return to the U.S.

this September. OZZY is currently on tour in Europe with Black Sabbath on their massive 2016 The End world tour, which will return to North America in August..

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