Ozzy Osbourne Uses Cane In Photo With Doctor


On Christmas Eve, Ozzy Osbourne seemingly had an appointment at the dentist, who was in the attire which indicated that he was in the mood to enjoy Christmas. The dentist helped Ozzy with his teeth, fixing some issues and giving him a beautiful smile. Ozzy was using his cane in the photo. Osbourne took to his Instagram account and posted a picture with him as he wrote in the caption: “Only I would make a dentist appointment on Christmas Eve”. However, Ozzy Osbourne looked miserable at a Christmas Party. Ozzy’s teeth look noticeably better in the photo.

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Zakk Wylde opens up on Ozzy Osbourne’s Grammy-winning song

‘I Don’t Want to Change the World’, the second track from Ozzy Osbourne’s 1991 album No More Tears captures the Prince of Darkness’s then-guitarist Zakk Wylde as he offered up riff after riff of unadulterated hard-rocking goodness.

Wylde explains in the new issue of Guitar World, the Grammy-winning cut actually originated as a joke. The story emerged as Wylde discussed his 12 biggest musical milestones from his decades-spanning career in the new GW issue, in which he takes a trip down memory lane to talk Miracle Man (from 1988’s No Rest for the Wicked), Black Label Society’s Stillborn, his contribution to Reborn, from Damageplan’s 2004 album New Found Power, and more.

Here is what he said about the making of the song:

We were at Joe’s Garage, Frank Zappa’s old place, and we were jamming,” Wylde recalls. “I remember I was playing the main riff, and then I’d get through it and just stop. And then [we’d] say something into the mic, like, ‘How not to ever get a date’, or ‘I have no job and I live with my parents.’ And then we’d go back into the riff.

“It was just us on the floor, crying-laughing and coming up with all this stuff that we kept saying in between that riff. Then Ozzy comes walking into the room and he goes, ‘What is that?’ I’m like, ‘What are you talkin’ about?’ And he says, ‘That thing you’re playing. That riff.’ I go, ‘Oh, it’s just a joke…’ And he goes, ‘We’re going to use that.’ Next thing you know, it won a Grammy!”