According to the Osbournes, Pat Boone is the best neighbor one could ever have. As for Boone, the feeling was mutual, he tells the Associated Press."I've visited with Ozzy and Sharon, and nights when they had loud music playing, they never heard any complaints from me." He says as a fellow musician, he "expected to hear loud music coming from Ozzy's house. It wasn't him as much as it were his kids that were playing (loud) music, anyway." On the topic of music, Boone adds that he was surprised to hear his rendition of "Crazy Train" used as the theme song of The Osbournes. He also claims to have seen every episode of the hit MTV show. As a neighbor, Boone says his "fondest memory ... was riding bikes with Sharon through Beverly Hills on the sidewalks, and she's towing Ozzy behind her in a wagon because (of his) balance problem." In other news, a Rolling Stone interview with Sharon Osbourne, conducted as part of the magazine's "Women In Rock" issue (currently on the stands), can be read online at this location.
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