OZZY OSBOURNE: Video Of 'Crazy Train' Performance At Prince's Trust Posted Online

Video footage of OZZY OSBOURNE performing his classic "Crazy Train" in front of the Prince of Wales and an audience of 2,000 in the historic grounds of the Tower of London last night (May 20) has been posted online at YouTube.com.

Charles, president and founder of the Prince's Trust, was joined by the Duchess of Cornwall and Princes William and Harry at the special concert, according to UTV.

During the show viewers were asked to pledge money to the Prince's Trust, established by Charles in 1976, which offers support by training, mentoring and financial assistance to help people achieve their potential.

Charles along with his wife Camilla and his sons later met the stars of the show, including Ozzy, his wife Sharon and daughter Kelly.

(Thanks: www.BlackLabelSociety.it)


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