Ozzy Osbourne was interviewed yesterday (Monday, February 1) on "Good Day LA", a television talk show that airs on KTTV (Fox 11), the Fox Broadcasting Company-owned and operated station in Los Angeles, California. Watch his appearance below.As previously reported, Ozzy will guest on the nationally syndicated radio show "Rockline" with host Bob Coburn on Wednesday, February 3 at 8:30 p.m. PT / 11:30 p.m. ET. Fans are encouraged to speak with Ozzy by calling 1-800-344-ROCK (7625). The program will be rebroadcast on Monday, February 8. For more information, visit RocklineRadio.com. "I Am Ozzy", which was originally slated to arrive almost two years ago but was delayed twice, was released in the U.S. on January 25 via Sphere Publishers (the book was published in the U.K. on October 1, 2009). "I Am Ozzy" chronicles the star's humble beginnings in the U.K. to his current position as international music and TV celebrity. Sharon Osbourne published her own best-selling memoir in 2005, called "Extreme: My Autobiography". A second volume was rushed out in 2008 after Ozzy's book was delayed. Ozzy's next album, his first since 2007's "Black Rain", is tentatively slated to come out in July and will feature songs such as "Let It Die", "Diggin' Me Down" and "Soul Sucka". The record will be the first to feature Ozzy's new guitarist, Greek native Gus G., who replaced longtime axeman Zakk Wylde in Ozzy's band last year. "Black Rain" was Ozzy's first all-new solo effort in six years and debuted on the Billboard album chart at No. 3.
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