Rock and Roll Hall of Fame recruiter and GrammyAward-winning singer-songwriter Ozzy Osbourne Share one new song, “Nothing is fine”featuring his longtime guitarist Zack Wilde. The song is a reflective, moody song, with wild It offers emotional and melodic solos. The track appeared on Ozzyhis next album, “Patient No. 9”Which will arrive on Friday 9th September.
It was announced in April 2017 that wild will be back to join OzzySupport group for all his future singles show dates. OsborneTours assortment also includes Rob “Blasco” Nicholson on the bass Tommy Clovitos on drums and Adam Walkman on consoles.
wild originally joined OsborneThree and a half decades ago, she supported the legendary star from 1987 to 1995, then again in 1998, from 2001 to 2004 and also from 2006 to 2009.
zach He did not appear on the legendary heavy metal singer’s last LP, 2020 “ordinary man”.
to celebrate “Patient No. 9”And the Ozzy Confirmed a special appearance inside the store and signed in Fingerprint music in Long Beach, California on Saturday, September 10, the day after the LP’s release. Attendees will need to pre-order a copy of “Patient No. 9” to attend the event as Ozzy Only new album copies will be signed. In order to sign as many copies as possible, the new album will be the only signed item. Masks will be required for all attendees and there are no photos in them Ozzy will allow. click here To reserve your copy.
produced by Andrew Watt (Who assumed the same duties on “ordinary man”) and set to release in epicNew album tags OsborneThirteenth solo album. It’s heavy, hard hitting, and historic – it’s all you want from Ozzy Osbourne Record and maybe more.
“Patient No. 9” written by OzzyAnd the wattAnd the Robert Trujillo (Metallica),Chad Smith (hot red pepper) And the Ali Tambusi It features a solo installation from the legendary guitarist Jeff Beck (One of the album’s notable guest stars, additional details below.) The video represents the first collaboration of the project with MacFarlane. It is marked by MacFarlaneInterspersed with illustrations of direct signature Ozzy Small excerpt in the role of “Patient No. 9”, which was also portrayed by the revolutionary creative force in the world of comics and games. In addition, this is the first video ever to be merged OzzyArtwork: His hand-painted demons were animated and could be seen while Jeff Beck solo in the song.
Work with the product watt For the second time, Ozzy A-list dynamic cast welcomed. The record features guitarists beckAnd the Eric ClaptonAnd the Mike McCready From pearl jamthe long-standing right-hand man and the six-stringed beast Zack Wilde which plays on the majority of tracks. For the most part from the album, Chad Smith From hot red pepper Presses the drums, while the late Taylor Hawkins From fu fighters Back. An old friend for once Ozzy band member Trujillo Bass plays on most of the album’s tracks, with Duff McCagan From guns not flowers And the Chris Chaney From jin addiction Provide a few bass songs. for the first time ever, black sabbath Co-Founder, Guitarist, Rive Lord Tony Iumi appears on Ozzy solo album.
An exclusive version of “Patient No. 9” With a special limited edition MacFarlane-Designed comic book is available for pre-order; A limited-edition foil-covered comic edition is also available with a special deluxe box.
Ozzy He has sold more than 100 million records, and is one of a handful of artists to have top 10 albums of the past six decades, receiving induction in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as co-founder of black sabbathwon three Grammy Awardsgot Ivor Novello Award for Lifetime Achievement from the British Academy of Songwriters, Composers, and Authors, set a Guinness World Record, and claimed properties in Hollywood Walk of Fame And the Walk of the Stars in Birmingham. He has played for Kings (even the Queen of England) and dignitaries around the world, interacted with presidents and performed for millions of loyal fans on five continents. earlier this year, OzzyCrytoBatz NFT was launched as one of the biggest celebrity NFT projects ever; It is currently ranked among the top 100 NFT projects of all time and is valued at more than $40 million.
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