OZZY OSBOURNE's 'Crazy Train' Keeps Rollin'

23 years after erupting around the world, OZZY OSBOURNE's signature song "Crazy Train" has entered the digital age with a bang by being certified as a gold digital single. The legendary track — featuring Ozzy's inimitable vocals and Randy Rhoads' blistering guitar leads — has now been certified gold by the RIAA (Recording Industry Association of America).

As previously reported, Osbourne has lined up the following TV appearances to promote his upcoming "Under Cover" album:

Nov. 02 - "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" (ABC)
Nov. 04 - "Showbiz Tonight" (CNN)
Nov. 11 - "Last Call with Carson Daly" (NBC)

Ozzy will also be a guest on an upcoming episode of "Too Late with Adam Corolla". More information will be made available soon.

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Ozzy's new collection, "Under Cover", is scheduled for release today (November 1) as a DualDisc via Epic. The set includes newly completed covers of JOHN LENNON's "Woman", JOE WALSH's "Rocky Mountain Way" and the MOODY BLUES' "Go Now" along with 10 other cuts that were released earlier this year on the "Under Covers" disc of the Ozzy boxed set "Prince of Darkness".

On the DVD side, fans are treated to the featurette "Dinner With Ozzy and Friends," which finds him regaling his son Jack and MOTÖRHEAD frontman Lemmy Kilmister with tales of rock 'n' roll excess, according to Billboard.com. A video for Ozzy's cover of THE BEATLES' "In My Life" is also included.


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