May 19, 2004 |
British heavy metal pioneers Black Sabbath will reunite for the first time since 2001 for Ozzfest, which begins July 10 in Hartford, Conn., a spokeswoman for the annual road show said Tuesday. Ozzfest co-founder and headliner Ozzy Osbourne will revisit such hard-rocking classics as "War Pigs" and "Paranoid" along with guitarist Tony Iommi and bassist Terry "Geezer" Butler. But original drummer Bill Ward will be replaced by Mike Bordin, who backs Osbourne on his solo gigs. From Reuters
December 23, 2004 |
Stolen gold and silver discs won by Ozzy Osbourne's band Black Sabbath were recovered in England after thieves dumped them behind trash cans. The discs were reported missing last week after a burglary at the home of Osbourne's former manager Patrick Meehan, in Edenbridge, Kent, southeast England. Kent police said an anonymous tip led them to the eight discs, found Wednesday in a plastic bag dumped behind recycling bins.
July 15, 2013 |
Kelly Osbourne and boyfriend Matthew Mosshart are engaged! Mosshart popped the question to his purple-haired bestie during the couple's recent holiday in Anguilla, the two revealed in Hello. "We were on a balcony that overlooks the ocean," the vegan chef told the mag . "It was just beautiful. She said yes! And then she smiled for the rest of the night!" The two met in a romantic setting as well: The 2011 wedding of model Kate Moss and musician Jamie Hince, whose band includes Mosshart's sister Alison.
February 20, 2004 |
Heavy metal rocker Ozzy Osbourne said Thursday that he feared he might not be able to perform again after an accident on an all-terrain vehicle late last year that left him in a coma for eight days. "In my left shoulder I have a piece of metal approximately that long, that deep and screws in," Osbourne said on ABC's "Primetime" television show, which was to be broadcast Thursday evening. "And I'm really frightened that I won't be able to perform again 'cause that's the love of my life."
December 10, 2003 |
British rocker Ozzy Osbourne will be on a ventilator for at least one more day after fracturing eight ribs and a vertebra in an all-terrain vehicle crash, doctors said Tuesday. "His progress is steady," said Dick Jack, medical director at Wexham Park Hospital in Slough, west of London, where the former Black Sabbath lead singer and reality TV star is being treated.