OZZY And KELLY To Sing 'Changes' On 'The Sharon Osbourne Show'

Ozzy Osbourne and daughter Kelly will perform their rendition of BLACK SABBATH's "Changes" on "The Sharon Osbourne Show" this Friday, November 14.

The song, the original version of which appeared on BLACK SABBATH's 1972 album, "Black Sabbath, Vol. 4", is included on the reissued edition of Kelly Osbourne's 2002 debut, "Shut Up" (re-titled "Changes"), which was made available through Sanctuary Records in September.

In other news, Ozzy has firmed up the dates for his rescheduled European tour, which is now set to take place in January/February. The trek, which was cancelled twice this year due to Osbourne's health problems, will feature Finnish goth-metallers H.I.M. at select shows.

OZZY OSBOURNE European tour:

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Jan. 15 – Arena – Oberhausen, GER
Jan. 17 - Ahoy – Rotterdam, NETH
Jan. 20 - Valbyhalle – Copenhagen, DEN
Jan. 22 - Scandinavium – Gothenburg, SWE
Jan. 24 - Spektrum – Oslo, NOR
Jan. 26 - The Globen – Stockholm, SWE
Jan. 28 - Hartwell Arena – Helsinki, FIN
Jan. 31 - Messehalle – Leipzig, GER
Feb. 02 - Arena – Berlin, GER
Feb. 04 - Spodek – Katowice, POL
Feb. 07 - Stadthalle – Vienna, AUT
Feb. 09 - Pavillion 5 – Zagreb, CRO
Feb. 11 - T-Mobile Arena – Prague, CZR
Feb. 13 - Sportshalle – Budapest, HUN
Feb. 15 - Olympichalle – Munich, GER
Feb. 17 - Schleyerhalle – Stuttgart, GER
Feb. 19 - Hallestadium – Zurich, SWI
Feb. 22 - Wembley Arena – London, UK
Feb. 24 - NEC – Birmingham, UK
Feb. 26 - NEC – Birmingham, UK


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