OZZY OSBOURNE: More Wembley Concert Footage Available
More fan-filmed video footage of OZZY OSBOURNE's June 19, 2007 concert at the Wembley Arena in London, England has been posted at YouTube:
"Bark at the Moon" (opening song): Video
"Mama, I'm Coming Home": Video
"I Don't Want to Change the World": Video
"Crazy Train": Video
Ozzy Osbourne made a guest appearance on British Channel 4's "Popworld" program on June 2 to answer "Alex Zane's Big Ones" — including whether it's difficult to build stairs, what a movie about his life will be called, what a strip club he'd open be called, his top tips for a healthy and balanced diet, three other uses for his CD other than listening to it, his daily cleansing routine, the strangest place he's ever made love, the most humane way to eat fish, how he'd describe the French in a word. Watch the three-minute clip at YouTube.
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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