Home Where OZZY OSBOURNE Grew Up To Help Increase U.K.'s Music Tourism

According to BirminghamMail.net, the Aston street where Ozzy Osbourne grew up may be one of the locations on a proposed map showcasing Birmingham, England's musical heritage as part of a national live music tourism strategy to increase the number of overseas visitors.

The tourism push was inspired by the success of the Home Of Metal exhibition, Birmingham Museum and Art Gallerys tribute to the iconic Midland sound.

Coun Philip Parkin, who is leading the council's drive, said: "Home Of Metal has been featured in the national and international media.

"All those features said they did not realize that Birmingham and its industry inspired and influenced heavy metal music.

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"We need to take a look at our music heritage and work out how to make the most of it."

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