OZZY OSBOURNE In Lithuania; Video Available

A fan-filmed video clip of OZZY OSBOURNE performing the song "Mama, I'm Coming Home" last night (Saturday, June 2) at Siemens Arena in Vilnius, Lithuania has been posted at YouTube. Video footage of "Mr. Crowley", also shot at last night's concert, is available here.

A video interview with Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne, conducted last weekend by Russia Today after the Osbournes' arrival in Moscow, Russia (where Ozzy performed on May 27), has been posted online at YouTube. A few video clips of Ozzy's performance in Moscow can be found here. Ozzy's setlist for the Moscow gig can be viewed at this location.

Ozzy Osbourne's first studio album of all-new material in six years, "Black Rain", came out on May 22.

Osbourne will be the first person inducted into the new Birmingham Walk of Stars, which will honor the British city's most famous sons and daughters. Osbourne's induction ceremony will be held on July 6.


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