Black Sabbath singer Ozzy Osbourne has unleashed a strong social media attack on his brother-in-law "in name only" David Ardin, accusing his wife Sharon's brother of selling false stories about him and his family.
Between his solo career, Black Sabbath commitments and whatever a Prince of Darkness's other duties might be, Ozzy Osbourne is a very busy man. But he always has a few minutes to spare for his son Jack.
Ozzy Osbourne’s lofty career achievements and shocking controversial episodes were known to almost anyone who loved and kept up on music throughout the '80s, so when the notorious singer announced he intended to retire from rock and roll on November 15, 1992, people listened!
The arrival of MTV and the sudden popularity of the music video turned the world on its head in the early '80s. As you'll see in the coming weeks, some of classic rock's biggest names created some Hilariously Outdated Rock Videos while they were adjusting to the new medium.
By the late '80s, Ozzy Osbourne had been lucky enough to work with some of the best guitarists in rock, including Randy Rhoads and Jake E. Lee -- not to mention his former Black Sabbath bandmate Tony Iommi. When Lee was fired following the tour for 1986's 'The Ultimate Sin,' his replacement had some mighty big shoes to fill.
Sharon Osbourne isn't known for pulling any punches, and in her new memoir 'Unbreakable,' she offers readers an unflinching account of her reaction to Ozzy's recent relapse into drug and alcohol addiction.
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