OZZY OSBOURNE Talks To WRIF: Audio Available

Ozzy Osbourne recently spoke with Arthur P of WRIF in Detroit about the Ozzfest music festival, Jason Newsted's addition to his touring band, and wife Sharon Osbourne's battle with colon cancer.

Regarding this year's Ozzfest, Ozzy said, "I'm looking forward to going on this Ozzfest this year, because the last Ozzfest, I only got the news of Sharon's colon cancer the week before I hit the road, and I just, emotionally, imploded. I can't really remember that much of the Ozzfest [last year], because I was just in a complete [state of shock]. However, I remember when I played, I would get [up there] and I would talk to the audience about it, and the audience lifted me up."

Download and listen to the interview here.


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