OZZY OSBOURNE Invites Fans To Direct His Video For 'I Don't Wanna Stop'

OZZY OSBOURNE is giving fans the chance to direct his video for "I Don't Wanna Stop", the first single from his May 22 Epic release "Black Rain". The winning clip will become the official video and will be serviced to video outlets all over the world. This is the ultimate Ozzy fan's chance — on their own terms, with all the right tools — to work with the Ozzman himself.

Ozzy and his band shot performance footage of the entire song on green screen from seven different camera angles. Hi-res footage is posted on the contest page at www.ozzy.com/idontwannastop for download. The director can download performance footage and then make their own video using their preferred type of video editing software.

Directors can use all of their own footage, use some of the band's — it's all up to them. They just have to use their imagination and make it totally ROCK!

For contest details, visit this location.


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