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Ozzy Osbourne In the Studio on the fortieth anniversary of "Blizzard of Ozz".
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Here's a live medley of "Iron Man" and "Children of the Grave" by Ozzy Osbourne April 28, 1982 at Memphis Mid-South Coliseum, one of the first shows after the accidental death of Ozzy's guitarist Randy Rhoads
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Few people today realize that rock superstar and Father of Heavy Metal Ozzy Osbourne was considered damaged goods after being fired from Black Sabbath. The story Ozzy tells here In the Studio on the fortieth anniversary of his first solo album, The Blizzard of Ozz , is half harrowing, half hysterically funny...but all true.
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In April 1982, little more than a month after a plane crash had taken the life of his young & talented guitarist Randy Rhoads , Ozzy Osbourne chose my afternoon radio show on Memphis' #1 station , ROCK 103 , to make his first public statements concerning the tragedy.