OZZY And Son War Over Radio Format

The Sun reports that Ozzy Osbourne and son Louis are backing rival bids to run West Midlands FMOzzy wants the U.K. radio station to play rock, while Louis is insisting on dance music. "It's obvious the birthplace of rock bands like BLACK SABBATH and LED ZEPPELIN should have a rock station for people who live there," Ozzy insisted. "The sort of music Louis plays always goes on for fucking hours and sounds the same. The best bit about it is the fucking end."

DJ Louis, 27 — the eldest of two sons from the rock legend's first marriage to Thelma Mayfair — has been promised a weekly show if Jump FM win the battle.

Louis said: "I'm not a rock fan and I would be playing very different music to my dad's. I won't be growing long hair and wearing leather either."

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