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Ozzy Osbourne goes behind-the-scenes of ‘One Of Those Days’ video
Ozzy Osbourne has shared a behind-the-scenes look at his recent official video for ‘One Of Those Days’ – check it out below.The track appears on the Black Sabbath legend’s new album ‘Patient Number 9’, which was released last month, and ‘One Of Those Days’ comes complete with a guitar solo from Eric Clapton.The new BTS video sees Ozzy getting ready in hair and make-up, behind the wheel of a car in front of a green screen and messing about in a black cloak.Watch both the behind-the-scenes video and the finished product below.Along with Clapton, ‘Patient Number 9’ also features the likes of Chad Smith of Red Hot Chili Peppers, Jeff Beck, and Osbourne’s Black Sabbath bandmate Tony Iommi.Another musician to have contributed is the late Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins, who is credited on three songs on Osbourne’s 13th solo record: ‘Parasite’, ‘Mr Darkness’, and ‘God Only Knows’. According to producer Andrew Watt, Hawkins contributed to more cuts that were held back for a future release.“There’s a bunch of other stuff with Ozzy and Taylor, as well, that’s going to be used for another thing,” Watt told Rolling Stone.Elsewhere, Osbourne recently opened up about his determination to keep touring, despite being held back by a litany of health complications in recent years.This summer, Osbourne gave his first live performance in over three years during a surprise appearance at the closing ceremony for this year’s Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.
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Ozzy Osbourne shares full performance of his NFL half-time show
Ozzy Osbourne has shared his half-time performance at the NFL season opening in full.It comes following a backlash after NBC only aired a few seconds of the performance during the game between the Los Angeles Rams and Buffalo Bills, when it went out live last week.The singer performed two songs – ‘Patient Number 9’, the title track from his new album along with ‘Crazy Train’ – to mark the first game of the 2022 NFL season.But when broadcaster Maria Taylor introduced Osbourne’s performance and the screen cut to him, he was only on screen for a few seconds, before NBC cut back to pundits discussing the first half of the match.Now, the Black Sabbath frontman has shared his performance in full, which you can view below.The event was Osbourne’s first live performance in nearly four years, with his last appearance coming before the pandemic during the AMA Awards.The day after the NFL performance (September 9), Osbourne dropped his thirteenth studio record, ‘Patient Number 9’. The album features contributions from Jeff Beck, Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Chad Smith, Metallica’s Robert Trujillo, Zakk Wylde, and the late Taylor Hawkins from Foo Fighters.Reviewing ‘Patient Number 9’, NME wrote: “At 73 years old and battling with his health, you might not expect Osbourne to keep that bar particularly high.
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Johnny Depp 're-signs seven-figure deal' with Dior Sauvage amid Amber Heard legal woes
Johnny Depp, 59, has signed a seven-figure sum and has already started shooting promotional photos for Dior Sauvage' new campaign, according to a new report.This comes after Johnny won the very public defamation case against his ex-wife Amber Heard, 36, with new evidence still coming to light.Dior has stood by the Hollywood actor throughout the two highly publicised trials and since allegations of domestic abuse were made against him, which he vehemently denied.Johnny lost many of his Hollywood roles, including his role as Jack Sparrow in Pirates of the Caribbean.He also lost his role as Grindelwald in the Fantastic Beasts franchise.According to TMZ, Johnny signed the new deal after fashion photographer Greg Williams attended one of Johnny and Jeff Beck's gigs in Paris.They claimed that prior to the concert and again they group met to film the advert for the new Dior campaign.Express.co.uk has contacted Johnny Depp's representatives for comment.According to the Wall Street Journal, Dior has kept the Hollywood actor on due to the increase in sales from the cologne, through the brand and its competitor, Ulta.This comes as Johnny is still embroiled in the aftermath of his court case against his ex-wife.He was awarded $10.35 million in damages after a defamation suit against his ex-wife.But the former Aquaman actress has appealed for the award to be overturned, two months after she was ordered to pay.She was denied her request, after her team argued that one of the jurors was not intended to serve but had taken the place of his father.Since this, Johnny has made a further appeal against the $2 million (£1.7 million) he owes his ex-wife in compensatory damages.The A-lister has made money in recent years by selling his own
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Johnny Depp and Jeff Beck reviewing claims they stole lyrics from a poem
Johnny Depp and Jeff Beck have said the duo will review allegations they stole lyrics from a poem on their collaborative album ’18’.The poem Hobo featured in a 1974 book about toasts, Get Your Ass In The Water And Swim Like Me, by Bruce Jackson, reports Rolling Stone.It revolves around a man named Slim Wilson who also vocalised the poem and featured the following lyrics: “Ladies of culture and beauty so refined, is there one among you that would grant me wine?/ I’m raggedy I know, but I have no stink/ And God bless the lady that’ll buy me a drink/ Heavy-hipted Hattie turned to Nadine with a laugh/ And said, ‘What that funky motherfucker really need, child, is a bath.”Depp and Beck’s collaboration ‘Sad Motherfuckin’ Parade’ has allegedly pulled a number of lines from the poem including: “I’m raggedy, I know, but I have no stink,” “God bless the lady that’ll buy me a drink,” and “What that funky motherfucker really needs, child, is a bath.”Jackson claims that he hasn’t been credited by Depp or Beck.Now, a spokesperson for Depp and Beck said: “We are reviewing the inquiry relating to the song Sad Motherfuckin’ Parade on the 18 album by Jeff Beck and Johnny Depp. If appropriate, additional copyright credits will be added to all forms of the album.”Jackson told Rolling Stone: “The only two lines I could find in the whole piece that [Depp and Beck] contributed are ‘Big time motherfucker’ and ‘Bust it down to my level’.
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Ozzy Osbourne reunites with Black Sabbath’s Tony Iommi on new track ‘Degradation Rules’
Ozzy Osbourne has reunited with Black Sabbath’s Tony Iommi on new track ‘Degradation Rules’ – check it out below.Iommi lends guitar to the track over blasts of harmonica, making the song reminiscent of Black Sabbath’s ‘The Wizard.’The song was first teased on social media earlier this week (July 20), with Osbourne sharing a brief animated clip that included an audio snippet from the heavy single.A kaleidoscope of skulls opens onto what looks to be a church window framed by thorns and roses. A foreboding guitar makes way for a wailing harmonica, delivered alongside the caption: “New Song on Friday!”The single is the second preview of Osbourne’s upcoming new album, ‘Patient Number 9’.Check out the new song here:Set to be released on September 3, Osbourne’s 13th solo studio album ‘Patient Number 9’ will include contributions from the likes Eric Clapton, Mike McCready (Pearl Jam), Duff McKagan (Guns N’ Roses) and Chris Chaney (Jane’s Addiction) who, along with late Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins, provided some session work for the album’s title track, which dropped last month.Chad Smith, drummer for Red Hit Chili Peppers, will also appear on the album, having last worked with Osbourne on the latter’s 2020 album ‘Ordinary Man’.The ‘Patient Number 9’ title track featured a guest appearance by legendary guitarist Jeff Beck.
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Listen to Carrie Underwood’s cover of Ozzy Osbourne’s ‘Mama I’m Coming Home’
Carrie Underwood has shared a cover of Ozzy Osbourne’s song, ‘Mama I’m Coming Home’ – check it out below.The song was performed by Underwood as part of Apple Music Sessions, which sees artists pairing their own songs with their favourite covers in an intimate live setting.“It’s one of my all-time favourite songs,” Underwood said of ‘Mama, I’m Coming Home.’ “I’ve always thought it felt a lot like a country song, and I’ve wanted to cover it for a long time.”Underwood also performed a rendition of Lemmy Kilmister’s 1991 song ‘No More Tears’ at the event and her own songs ‘Ghost Story’ and ‘Blown Away.’Watch Underwood deliver the performance in Nashville here:A post shared by Carrie Underwood (@carrieunderwood)Last month, Osbourne announced his new album ‘Patient Number 9’ with the release of its title track, which also featured work from Jeff Beck, Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Chad Smith, Metallica’s Robert Trujillo, Zakk Wylde, and producer Andrew Watt.Set to be released on September 3, the album also includes contributions from Eric Clapton, Black Sabbath’s Tony Iommi and Pearl Jam’s Mike McCready. Guns N’ Roses’ Duff McKagan and Jane’s Addiction’s Chris Chaney also supplied some session work for ‘Patient Number 9’ alongside the late Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins.Ozzy recently updated fans on his current health condition as he recovers from a recent major operation.
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Ozzy Osbourne reportedly wants to install bat boxes in his UK home
Ozzy Osbourne reportedly wants to install bat boxes in his UK home, hoping to protect the species.The Black Sabbath frontman notoriously bit the head off a bat during a gig with the band, but is now hoping to help the animals.Ozzy and wife Sharon recently revealed that they’re set to leave Los Angeles, California for a life in Buckinghamshire due to high taxes in the United States, and local news reports hint that the pair have an elaborate plan for their home.According to The Mirror (via Buckinghamshire Live), the Osbournes have made plans to turn their Grade II listed mansion near Beaconsfield into a bat sanctuary.The couple have made no comment on the reported plans yet.Earlier this week, Osbourne announced his new album ‘Patient Number 9’ with the release of its title track ahead of the record’s release this September.The album’s title track also features guitar work from Jeff Beck, who joins an A-list cast of musicians guest-starring on the track including Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Chad Smith, Metallica’s Robert Trujillo, Zakk Wylde, and producer Andrew Watt.Set to be released on September 3, the album also includes contributions from Eric Clapton, Black Sabbath’s Tony Iommi and Pearl Jam’s Mike McCready. Guns N’ Roses’ Duff McKagan and Jane’s Addiction’s Chris Chaney also supplied some session work for ‘Patient Number 9’ alongside the late Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins.Ozzy recently updated fans on his current health condition as he recovers from a recent major operation.
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