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English singer-songwriter

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John Michael "Ozzy" Osbourne is popularly called Ozzy Osbourne. He became famous as lead vocalist of British heavy metal band Black Sabbath. He achieved a multi-platinum solo career between the early 1980s and mid 1990s which revolutionized the heavy metal genre. Ozzy Osbourne is known as the "Godfather of Heavy Metal" and "Prince of Darkness."

Ozzy Osbourne Info

Birth nameJohn Michael Osbourne
Date of BirthDecember 3, 1948
Place of BirthAston, Birmingham, West Midlands, United Kingdom
OccupationsMusician, songwriter
GenresHeavy metal
InstrumentsVocals
Years active1960s–present
LabelsEpic, CBS, Jet
Associated actsBlack Sabbath, Kelly Osbourne, Black Label Society, Firewind, Slash
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 I firmly believe that the only time you’ll ever get any peace from down below is when you’re in the ground. I’m almost 62 and I still love a good old game of ‘Where’s the Salami?’ Getting anyone to play it with me is a different matter. 
— Ozzy Osbourne saying his age hasn't affected his libido / February 06, 2011
 I’d mix four tablespoons of brandy with four tablespoons of port, then throw in some milk, a few egg yolks and — if I was in a festive mood — some nutmeg. The second I woke, I’d mix it up and down it. The way it works is very clever: it gets you instantly blasted again so you don’t feel a thing. 
— Ozzy Osbourne has a hangover cure / February 06, 2011
 Chocolate thickens the saliva, which isn’t good news if you’ve gotta recite Shakespeare or sing Iron Man. Having said that, you’re not supposed to drink tea either but I still do before gigs. It’s not very rock and roll, but it’s like a magic potion to me. 
— Ozzy Osbourne considers tea a magic potion / January 29, 2011
 The best way to wake yourself is to brew a pot of fresh coffee, then run it through the machine a second time using the old grounds. While you’re doing that, make an espresso then add that to a mug of the double-brewed coffee. In my house, we call it a red-eye. Drink one first thing Monday morning and you’ll be bright-eyed and bushy-tailed for the rest of the week. 
— Ozzy Osbourne relies on caffeine to get himself ready for the day / January 29, 2011
 I tried that (retiring) and it was absolutely boring. You can’t go and say, ‘I’m retired now. That’s it!’ It won’t take long and you’re really gone for good and someone throws the last shovel of dirt on a coffin with your name on it. That’s the moment you’re really retiring – when you die. 
— Ozzy Osbourne found retirement boring / July 09, 2010

 This is going to be my last tour. I don’t want to be on the road for this long anymore. I have to stay in one place for a while, that’s why we’re taking a few breaks in between. 
— Ozzy Osbourne is going on his last tour / July 09, 2010
 When I was 20 I thought I had the rest of my life. At 30 I was still relatively young. At 40 I was getting a bit dodgy. When you get to 60 you’re on the downward slide. I’m 61 now. In the past month so many guys I know have died. Ronnie James Dio died of cancer, a guy from Slipknot killed himself… you have to live for each minute. In my youth I’d wish my life away. I wish I could have them times back. But you can’t. 
— Ozzy Osbourne vows never to retire / June 18, 2010

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