OZZY OSBOURNE: New OzTV Webisodes Posted Online

The latest four OzTV webisodes featuring behind-the-scenes footage of OZZY OSBOURNE's current "Scream" tour can be viewed below. Included are clips from the following cities:

* Bus time
* Phoenix, Arizona on January 26
* Las Vegas, Nevada on January 28

Ozzy Osbourne canceled his Sunday night (January 30) show in Reno, Nevada due to a "sudden illness." The concert has been rescheduled for Saturday, April 23.

The promoter of the Reno gig sent out a press statement on Sunday saying, "Based on advice from doctors, it is with great regret that Ozzy Osbourne is postponing his show . . . due to a sudden illness." The nature of the illness was not disclosed.

Ozzy previously postponed the St. Louis and Minneapolis dates on his fall 2010 U.S. tour after he contracted an ear infection, complications from which prevented him from performing.

Ozzy is scheduled to appear in a commercial with Justin Bieber this Sunday (February 6) during the Super Bowl.


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