Legendary Black Sabbath frontman Ozzy Osbourne appears in the new trailer for The Rainbow documentary, about Hollywood’s iconic Rainbow Bar and Grill. Former Guns N’ Roses and Velvet Revolver drummer Matt Sorum is also featured, and what makes the trailer creepy and eerie is Motorhead’s Lemmy Kilmister posthumously appearing. A photo of Ozzy Osbourne laying down at home after his health scare was revealed yesterday.
The film is set for release on October 29th, and a description states, “Since 1972, nestled near the western end of Hollywood’s famed Sunset Strip sits The Rainbow Bar & Grill. While the world around it has changed dramatically, The Rainbow remains much like it did when it opened its doors.
Legendary musicians such as Ozzy Osbourne, Slash, Lita Ford, Gene Simmons, Lemmy Kilmister in one of his final interviews, and many more, recount their stories from the iconic venue. Meet Mario, Mikael and Mikey Maglieri, the family who has owned the venue for three generations and dedicated their lives to preserving rock history. You would see everybody here.”
Ozzy Osbourne chugged a beer in a recently resurfaced backstage photo. Phil Campbell told the Scars and Guitars podcast about playing Motorhead songs at solo shows, “We still play ‘Ace of Spades’ and one or two Motorhead songs. I enjoy playing them, they go down well. We play lots of our own stuff as well. Some people, they don’t even bother to read the writing credits of the Motorhead stuff. They just think it’s Lemmy’s thing. That kind of pisses me off. A lot of people seem to think that way.
A few times I’ve said to people, ‘Read the writing credits.’ You can only take so much sometimes. [Laughs] It depends on what mood you get in, but I know what all the other band members have contributed. It was a proper band effort, we all worked hard with that band. Everyone was working their asses off.” Ozzy Osbourne was seen partying with his wife in a new video.