Ozzy Osbourne’s lofty career achievements and shocking controversial episodes were known to almost anyone who loved and kept up on music throughout the '80s, so when the notorious singer announced he intended to retire from rock and roll on November 15, 1992, people listened!
By the late '80s, Ozzy Osbourne had been lucky enough to work with some of the best guitarists in rock, including Randy Rhoads and Jake E. Lee -- not to mention his former Black Sabbath bandmate Tony Iommi. When Lee was fired following the tour for 1986's 'The Ultimate Sin,' his replacement had some mighty big shoes to fill.
How ugly did it get between Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne earlier this year when Sharon found out that her husband of 30 years had relapsed into drug and alcohol abuse? Pretty nasty, according to an excerpt from Sharon's new memoir that was published by U.K. tabloid The Sun over the weekend.
Black Sabbath will receive the Living Legend award from England's Classic Rock magazine. Ozzy Osbourne says, “It’s good to be a living legend. It’s better than being a dead one.” Previous winners include ZZ Top, Jeff Beck, Alice Cooper and Jimmy Page. Ozzy already won it as a solo artist in 2008.
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