OZZY OSBOURNE Guests On 'The Henry Rollins Show': Video Available

Ozzy Osbourne was a guest on "The Henry Rollins Show" on the Independent Film Channel (IFC) on April 22. Watch the entire interview online at YouTube.com.

Rollins previously hosted the monthly "Henry's Film Corner" for the IFC network. "The Henry Rollins Show" focuses on a wide array of subjects, rather than just film and includes musical guests and guests for discussion. The IFC has ordered 20 episodes of the show thus far.

Osbourne will headline only 10 shows on this year's Ozzfest tour, nine of which were recently announced. In a statement, Osbourne said he isn't appearing on all of the tour's dates "because after 10 years I feel it's time to let someone else share the headlining spotlight. We want to shake it up a bit this year. I've closed virtually every Ozzfest performance for a decade now, and I feel I can finally let other artists headline our festival and that's my intention for the future."


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