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Ozzy Osbourne

Country of origin:
United Kingdom
Location:
Birmingham, England
Status:
Active
Formed in:
1980
Genre:
Heavy Metal
Lyrical themes:
War, Fantasy, Madness, Society, Love
Current label:
Sony Music Entertainment
Years active:
1979-1980 (as Blizzard of Ozz), 1980-present
Formed under the name Blizzard of Ozz, as the solo project of then former Black Sabbath vocalist Ozzy Osbourne. They played their first gigs under the name The Law.

In 1986, original bass player and drummer Bob Daisley and Lee Kerslake succesfully sued Ozzy Osbourne over unpaid royalties for the albums "Blizzard of Ozz" and "Diary of a Madman". When these albums were re-issued in 2002 the ...
Current
Ozzy Osbourne Vocals (1979-present)
See also: Black Sabbath, ex-Approach, ex-Music Machine, ex-Rare Breed
Rob "Blasko" Nicholson Bass (2003, 2006-present)
See also: ex-Suffer, ex-Danzig, ex-Prong, ex-Cryptic Slaughter, ex-Drown, ex-Killing Spree, ex-Rob Zombie, ex-The Death Riders
Adam Wakeman Keyboards (2004-present)
See also: Headspace, Black Sabbath (live), Snakecharmer
Tommy Clufetos Drums (2009-present)
See also: Black Sabbath (live), ex-Alice Cooper, ex-John 5, ex-Lesley Roy, ex-Rob Zombie, ex-Ted Nugent
Gus G. Guitars (2009-present)
See also: Firewind, Gus G., ex-Dream Evil, ex-Mystic Prophecy, ex-Nightrage, ex-Arch Enemy (live)
Past
Mike Davis Bass
See also: Death Dealer, Halford, ex-B.O.W.A., Dramarama, ex-Lizzy Borden, ex-Angel Rot, ex-Dogma, ex-Terriff
Bob Daisley Bass (1979-1981, 1983-1984)
See also: Planet Alliance, Stream, ex-Black Sabbath, ex-Yngwie J. Malmsteen, ex-Rainbow, ex-Dio (live), ex-Broken Glass, ex-Chicken Shack, ex-Gary Moore, ex-Kahvas Jute, ex-Living Loud, ex-Mecca, ex-Mungo Jerry, ex-Stan Webb Band, ex-Uriah Heep, ex-Widowmaker
Lee Kerslake Drums (1979-1981)
See also: ex-David Byron, ex-Head Machine, ex-Ken Hensley, ex-Living Loud, ex-National Head Band, ex-The Gods, ex-Toe Fat, ex-Uriah Heep
Randy Rhoads Guitars (1979-1982)
(R.I.P. 1982) See also: ex-Quiet Riot, ex-Violet Fox
Don Airey Keyboards (1980, 1982, 1983-1985)
See also: Deep Purple, Don Airey, ex-Empire, ex-Persian Risk, ex-The Cage, ex-Divlje Jagode (live), ex-Rainbow, ex-Air Pavilion, ex-Andrew Lloyd Webber, ex-Colosseum II, ex-Cozy Powell, ex-Gary Moore, ex-Hammer, ex-Jethro Tull, ex-Living Loud, ex-Michael Schenker Group, ex-Quatermass, ex-Ten, ex-The Company of Snakes, ex-Wishbone Ash, ex-Graham Bonnet (live), ex-Micky Moody (live), ex-The Snakes (live), ex-Uli Jon Roth (live)
Rudy Sarzo Bass (1981-1982)
See also: Dee Snider, ex-Dio, ex-Hear 'n Aid, ex-M.A.R.S., ex-Queensrÿche, Animetal USA, Project Rock, TRED, ex-Quiet Riot, ex-Yngwie J. Malmsteen (live), ex-Aleister Wild, ex-Blue Öyster Cult, ex-Dio Disciples, ex-Dudes of Wrath, ex-Hardline, ex-Manic Eden, ex-Ratt, ex-Whitesnake
Tommy Aldridge Drums (1981-1983, 1983-1984)
See also: ex-Hear 'n Aid, ex-M.A.R.S., Whitesnake, ex-Motörhead, ex-Oliver Weers, ex-Patrick Rondat, ex-Vinnie Moore, ex-Yngwie J. Malmsteen (live), ex-Thin Lizzy, ex-Black Oak Arkansas, ex-Gary Moore, ex-House of Lords, ex-Manic Eden, ex-Pat Travers Band, ex-John Sykes (live)
Johnny Cook Keyboards (1981)
Brad Gillis Guitars (1982)
See also: ex-Hear 'n Aid, Night Ranger, ex-Vicious Rumors, ex-Fiona, ex-Rubicon
Jake E. Lee Guitars (1982-1987)
See also: The Mentors (live), Jake E. Lee's Red Dragon Cartel, ex-Dio, ex-Sexist, ex-Badlands, ex-Enuff Z'Nuff, ex-Mickey Ratt, ex-Ratt, ex-Rough Cutt
Bernie Tormé Guitars (1982)
See also: ex-Desperado, ex-Mammoth, ex-Gillan, ex-Atomic Rooster (live)
Carmine Appice Drums (1983)
See also: ex-Hear 'n Aid, Carmine Appice, King Kobra, Legacy X, Paul Stanley, Vanilla Fudge, ex-Beck, Bogert & Appice, ex-Cactus, ex-CB&A, ex-Derringer, Bogert & Appice, ex-Rod Stewart
Randy Castillo Drums (1985-1994)
(R.I.P. 2002) See also: ex-Mötley Crüe, ex-Black Sheep, ex-Brett Michaels, ex-Lita Ford, ex-The Offenders
John Sinclair Keyboards (1985-2003)
See also: ex-Heavy Metal Kids, ex-Uriah Heep
Phil Soussan Bass (1986-1987)
See also: Big Noize, Phil Soussan, ex-Beggars & Thieves, ex-Billy Idol, ex-Carnival of Dogs, ex-Johnny Hallyday, ex-Steve Lukather
Zakk Wylde Guitars (1987-1992, 1995, 1998), Guitars, Piano (2001-2004, 2006-2009)
See also: Black Label Society, ex-Pride & Glory, ex-Zakk Wylde, Metal All Stars, ex-Zyris
Geezer Butler Bass (1988, 1995)
See also: Black Sabbath, Geezer, ex-Geezer Butler Band, ex-Heaven and Hell, ex-Rare Breed
Mike Inez Bass (1990-1993)
See also: Alice in Chains, ex-Black Label Society, ex-Jerry Cantrell, ex-Skin on Skin, ex-Slash's Snakepit, ex-Spys4Darwin, ex-Heart (live)
Kevin Jones Keyboards (1991-1992)
James LoMenzo Bass (1994)
See also: ex-Pride & Glory, ex-Zakk Wylde, Hail!, X Drive, ex-Black Label Society, ex-Megadeth, ex-Rondinelli, ex-David Lee Roth, ex-Dio Disciples, ex-Lynch Mob, ex-Slash's Snakepit, ex-White Lion, ex-Ace Frehley (live)
Deen Castronovo Drums (1995-1996)
See also: ex-Hawaii, Journey, ex-Dr. Mastermind, ex-George Bellas, ex-James Murphy, ex-Joey Tafolla, ex-Malice, ex-Marty Friedman, ex-Geezer, ex-Cacophony, ex-Wild Dogs, ex-Bad English, ex-Foreigner, ex-Hardline, ex-Matthew Ward, ex-Soul Sirkus, ex-Steve Vai
Joe Holmes Guitars (1995-2001)
See also: Farmikos, ex-Lizzy Borden, ex-David Lee Roth, ex-Dogma, ex-Terriff
Robert Trujillo Bass (1996-2003)
See also: Metallica, Jerry Cantrell, ex-Infectious Grooves, ex-Suicidal Tendencies, ex-Black Label Society (live), ex-Mass Mental
Mike Bordin Drums (1997-2009)
See also: Faith No More, Jerry Cantrell, ex-Black Label Society, ex-Black Sabbath (live), ex-Korn (live)
Roy Mayorga Drums (2000)
See also: ex-Amebix, Mothra, Stone Sour, ex-Soulfly, ex-Sepultura (live), ex-Crisis, ex-ABLOOM, ex-Ankla, ex-Black President, ex-Maggott SS, ex-Medication, ex-Nausea, ex-Pale Demons, ex-Thorn, ex-Onesidezero (live), ex-Shelter (live)
Jason Newsted Bass (2003)
See also: Newsted, ex-IR8, ex-Sexoturica, ex-WhoCares, ex-Flotsam and Jetsam, ex-Metallica, ex-Voivod, ex-Dogz, ex-Dredlox, ex-Echobrain, ex-Gangster, ex-Paradox, ex-Quarteto de Pinga, ex-Rock Star Supernova, ex-Spastik Children
Chris Wyse Bass (2003-2005)
See also: Owl, The Cult
Jerry Cantrell Guitars (2004-2005)
See also: Alice in Chains, Jerry Cantrell, ex-Cardboard Vampyres, ex-Diamond Lie
Past (Live)
Lindsey Bridgewater Keyboards (1980-1981, 1983)
Pete Way Bass (1982)
See also: Waysted, ex-Fastway, ex-The Plot, ex-UFO
Don Costa Bass (1983)
See also: ex-W.A.S.P., ex-M-80, ex-Dante Fox
Alex Skolnick Guitars (1995)
See also: Testament, ex-Legacy, The Skolnick Trio, ex-Savatage, ex-Trans-Siberian Orchestra, ex-Anthrax (live), ex-Attention Deficit
Brian Tichy Drums (Ozzfest) (2000)
See also: T&N, Theodore Ziras, ex-Pride & Glory, ex-Queensrÿche (live), S.U.N., Tak Matsumoto Group, The Dead Daisies, ex-Vinnie Moore, ex-Aluminum Jew, ex-Ana Sidel, ex-B'z, ex-Ball, ex-Billy Idol, ex-Foreigner, ex-Gilby Clarke, ex-Kenny Wayne Shepherd, ex-Lynch Mob, ex-Nicklebag, ex-Sass Jordan, ex-Shaw/Blades, ex-Slash's Snakepit, ex-Stevie Salas, ex-The Guess Who, ex-TMG, ex-Whitesnake, ex-Aerosmith (live), ex-Glenn Hughes (live), ex-Seether (live), ex-Velvet Revolver (live)
Ozzy Osbourne Vocals (1979-present)
See also: Black Sabbath, ex-Approach, ex-Music Machine, ex-Rare Breed
Rob "Blasko" Nicholson Bass (2003, 2006-present)
See also: ex-Suffer, ex-Danzig, ex-Prong, ex-Cryptic Slaughter, ex-Drown, ex-Killing Spree, ex-Rob Zombie, ex-The Death Riders
Adam Wakeman Keyboards (2004-present)
See also: Headspace, Black Sabbath (live), Snakecharmer
Tommy Clufetos Drums (2009-present)
See also: Black Sabbath (live), ex-Alice Cooper, ex-John 5, ex-Lesley Roy, ex-Rob Zombie, ex-Ted Nugent
Gus G. Guitars (2009-present)
See also: Firewind, Gus G., ex-Dream Evil, ex-Mystic Prophecy, ex-Nightrage, ex-Arch Enemy (live)
Mike Davis Bass
See also: Death Dealer, Halford, ex-B.O.W.A., Dramarama, ex-Lizzy Borden, ex-Angel Rot, ex-Dogma, ex-Terriff
Bob Daisley Bass (1979-1981, 1983-1984)
See also: Planet Alliance, Stream, ex-Black Sabbath, ex-Yngwie J. Malmsteen, ex-Rainbow, ex-Dio (live), ex-Broken Glass, ex-Chicken Shack, ex-Gary Moore, ex-Kahvas Jute, ex-Living Loud, ex-Mecca, ex-Mungo Jerry, ex-Stan Webb Band, ex-Uriah Heep, ex-Widowmaker
Lee Kerslake Drums (1979-1981)
See also: ex-David Byron, ex-Head Machine, ex-Ken Hensley, ex-Living Loud, ex-National Head Band, ex-The Gods, ex-Toe Fat, ex-Uriah Heep
Randy Rhoads Guitars (1979-1982)
(R.I.P. 1982) See also: ex-Quiet Riot, ex-Violet Fox
Don Airey Keyboards (1980, 1982, 1983-1985)
See also: Deep Purple, Don Airey, ex-Empire, ex-Persian Risk, ex-The Cage, ex-Divlje Jagode (live), ex-Rainbow, ex-Air Pavilion, ex-Andrew Lloyd Webber, ex-Colosseum II, ex-Cozy Powell, ex-Gary Moore, ex-Hammer, ex-Jethro Tull, ex-Living Loud, ex-Michael Schenker Group, ex-Quatermass, ex-Ten, ex-The Company of Snakes, ex-Wishbone Ash, ex-Graham Bonnet (live), ex-Micky Moody (live), ex-The Snakes (live), ex-Uli Jon Roth (live)
Rudy Sarzo Bass (1981-1982)
See also: Dee Snider, ex-Dio, ex-Hear 'n Aid, ex-M.A.R.S., ex-Queensrÿche, Animetal USA, Project Rock, TRED, ex-Quiet Riot, ex-Yngwie J. Malmsteen (live), ex-Aleister Wild, ex-Blue Öyster Cult, ex-Dio Disciples, ex-Dudes of Wrath, ex-Hardline, ex-Manic Eden, ex-Ratt, ex-Whitesnake
Tommy Aldridge Drums (1981-1983, 1983-1984)
See also: ex-Hear 'n Aid, ex-M.A.R.S., Whitesnake, ex-Motörhead, ex-Oliver Weers, ex-Patrick Rondat, ex-Vinnie Moore, ex-Yngwie J. Malmsteen (live), ex-Thin Lizzy, ex-Black Oak Arkansas, ex-Gary Moore, ex-House of Lords, ex-Manic Eden, ex-Pat Travers Band, ex-John Sykes (live)
Johnny Cook Keyboards (1981)
Brad Gillis Guitars (1982)
See also: ex-Hear 'n Aid, Night Ranger, ex-Vicious Rumors, ex-Fiona, ex-Rubicon
Jake E. Lee Guitars (1982-1987)
See also: The Mentors (live), Jake E. Lee's Red Dragon Cartel, ex-Dio, ex-Sexist, ex-Badlands, ex-Enuff Z'Nuff, ex-Mickey Ratt, ex-Ratt, ex-Rough Cutt
Bernie Tormé Guitars (1982)
See also: ex-Desperado, ex-Mammoth, ex-Gillan, ex-Atomic Rooster (live)
Carmine Appice Drums (1983)
See also: ex-Hear 'n Aid, Carmine Appice, King Kobra, Legacy X, Paul Stanley, Vanilla Fudge, ex-Beck, Bogert & Appice, ex-Cactus, ex-CB&A, ex-Derringer, Bogert & Appice, ex-Rod Stewart
Randy Castillo Drums (1985-1994)
(R.I.P. 2002) See also: ex-Mötley Crüe, ex-Black Sheep, ex-Brett Michaels, ex-Lita Ford, ex-The Offenders
John Sinclair Keyboards (1985-2003)
See also: ex-Heavy Metal Kids, ex-Uriah Heep
Phil Soussan Bass (1986-1987)
See also: Big Noize, Phil Soussan, ex-Beggars & Thieves, ex-Billy Idol, ex-Carnival of Dogs, ex-Johnny Hallyday, ex-Steve Lukather
Zakk Wylde Guitars (1987-1992, 1995, 1998), Guitars, Piano (2001-2004, 2006-2009)
See also: Black Label Society, ex-Pride & Glory, ex-Zakk Wylde, Metal All Stars, ex-Zyris
Geezer Butler Bass (1988, 1995)
See also: Black Sabbath, Geezer, ex-Geezer Butler Band, ex-Heaven and Hell, ex-Rare Breed
Mike Inez Bass (1990-1993)
See also: Alice in Chains, ex-Black Label Society, ex-Jerry Cantrell, ex-Skin on Skin, ex-Slash's Snakepit, ex-Spys4Darwin, ex-Heart (live)
Kevin Jones Keyboards (1991-1992)
James LoMenzo Bass (1994)
See also: ex-Pride & Glory, ex-Zakk Wylde, Hail!, X Drive, ex-Black Label Society, ex-Megadeth, ex-Rondinelli, ex-David Lee Roth, ex-Dio Disciples, ex-Lynch Mob, ex-Slash's Snakepit, ex-White Lion, ex-Ace Frehley (live)
Deen Castronovo Drums (1995-1996)
See also: ex-Hawaii, Journey, ex-Dr. Mastermind, ex-George Bellas, ex-James Murphy, ex-Joey Tafolla, ex-Malice, ex-Marty Friedman, ex-Geezer, ex-Cacophony, ex-Wild Dogs, ex-Bad English, ex-Foreigner, ex-Hardline, ex-Matthew Ward, ex-Soul Sirkus, ex-Steve Vai
Joe Holmes Guitars (1995-2001)
See also: Farmikos, ex-Lizzy Borden, ex-David Lee Roth, ex-Dogma, ex-Terriff
Robert Trujillo Bass (1996-2003)
See also: Metallica, Jerry Cantrell, ex-Infectious Grooves, ex-Suicidal Tendencies, ex-Black Label Society (live), ex-Mass Mental
Mike Bordin Drums (1997-2009)
See also: Faith No More, Jerry Cantrell, ex-Black Label Society, ex-Black Sabbath (live), ex-Korn (live)
Roy Mayorga Drums (2000)
See also: ex-Amebix, Mothra, Stone Sour, ex-Soulfly, ex-Sepultura (live), ex-Crisis, ex-ABLOOM, ex-Ankla, ex-Black President, ex-Maggott SS, ex-Medication, ex-Nausea, ex-Pale Demons, ex-Thorn, ex-Onesidezero (live), ex-Shelter (live)
Jason Newsted Bass (2003)
See also: Newsted, ex-IR8, ex-Sexoturica, ex-WhoCares, ex-Flotsam and Jetsam, ex-Metallica, ex-Voivod, ex-Dogz, ex-Dredlox, ex-Echobrain, ex-Gangster, ex-Paradox, ex-Quarteto de Pinga, ex-Rock Star Supernova, ex-Spastik Children
Chris Wyse Bass (2003-2005)
See also: Owl, The Cult
Jerry Cantrell Guitars (2004-2005)
See also: Alice in Chains, Jerry Cantrell, ex-Cardboard Vampyres, ex-Diamond Lie
Past
Lindsey Bridgewater Keyboards (1980-1981, 1983)
Pete Way Bass (1982)
See also: Waysted, ex-Fastway, ex-The Plot, ex-UFO
Don Costa Bass (1983)
See also: ex-W.A.S.P., ex-M-80, ex-Dante Fox
Alex Skolnick Guitars (1995)
See also: Testament, ex-Legacy, The Skolnick Trio, ex-Savatage, ex-Trans-Siberian Orchestra, ex-Anthrax (live), ex-Attention Deficit
Brian Tichy Drums (Ozzfest) (2000)
See also: T&N, Theodore Ziras, ex-Pride & Glory, ex-Queensrÿche (live), S.U.N., Tak Matsumoto Group, The Dead Daisies, ex-Vinnie Moore, ex-Aluminum Jew, ex-Ana Sidel, ex-B'z, ex-Ball, ex-Billy Idol, ex-Foreigner, ex-Gilby Clarke, ex-Kenny Wayne Shepherd, ex-Lynch Mob, ex-Nicklebag, ex-Sass Jordan, ex-Shaw/Blades, ex-Slash's Snakepit, ex-Stevie Salas, ex-The Guess Who, ex-TMG, ex-Whitesnake, ex-Aerosmith (live), ex-Glenn Hughes (live), ex-Seether (live), ex-Velvet Revolver (live)
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