I am a 47 year old Ozzy fan and have been on the boards for years?
Are there any other veteran fans out there?
i found this corpse patch heaps ago,,yeah were all corpses ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha
Beyond 50. The rest is too much information for the internet to handle.
Had a trawl to find this one, buy hey now that i am 45 I guess that I fit the bill. I first got into Ozzy/Sabbath in 1979! so Ihope that that counts as being a long standing fan!
Am old too! 45 feels like yesterday that my ears awoke definitely today that my bones have a hard time to keep up with me.
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hey bigtom like you im on those boards..from where i stand everybody is younger than me,till i got here nowi think im the youngest here 41 and still listenin to ozzy as i hav posted elswhere my sister played black sabbath when i was nine and it was a awakening of the gods.since then i live ,before then i was dead.what other metal do you like
Are you really expecting a woman in the fourties would check here?
OK, OK.... I'm 44 but I became a "rocker" till I was 18... so I am 26!!!
Thanks in advance for any feedback.
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45 years young here in calif. will be at both northern cal shows.saw ozzy in '79 with sabbath at long beach arena. ramones opened the show. look for lamb of god to steal the show this year. look for me in the pit.
Mattman here again,just got my Ozzfest tickets last night.Ozzy concert number 16 for me lol so if anyone out there is going to be at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre in Nobelsville Ind(Formerly Deer Creek)Ill see you there keep on rockin
I'm 37 years old. My first listen to Ozzy (Black Sabbath) was in 1978. I was nine and at that time a Kiss fan. Ozzy just clicked. I can't explain it. When I was about 13, I mailed him pictures of all the Ozzy posters on my walls. I wish I could tell him how much I enjoy his concerts and watching him smiling at the audience. Every year when he comes out on stage, I CRY like a baby. It's my dream come true to see him in concert every year. I may never meet him and am just a speck in the audience, but my love for his music grows with each album (excuse me, CD) he comes out with. We are all truly blessed by being veteran Ozzy fans.
Hello Ozz-family...I'm 38 from Texas and have been an Ozzy/Black Sabbath fan since the late 70's...I bought my first radio when I was like 9yrs old and tuned it into 97.1 The Eagle out of Dallas, Tx. and have been rocking out ever since... Even from that early age I was more into the Heavy Metal music...Black Sabbath is still one of my favorite bands and I think Ozzy has a lot to do while that....Simple put OZZY f***IN' ROCKS!!
I've been to 5 Ozzfest in a row and although I missed the show the last couple of years, I will definetly be there this year so I'll see ya there...The new single off the new album is rockin' harder than ever...I cant wait to hear the rest of the new album (that I perorder April 07) and it should be here any day now...I'm sure its gonna be awsome, as all Ozzy's albums are...Later Ozzfans
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!LONG LIVE OZZY AND ROCK N ROLL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Hello to all the young at heart! I'm 45, and have been a fan... my whole life. My mother was a fan - the Black Sabbath records I took from her collection and my own collection of Ozzy solo are now (somehow) in the hands of my son. Three generations of fans and he's still rockin' our asses off. I think that's incredible. I can't wait to introduce the next line in our lineage to some amazing music. (Although I'm told not to hold by breath for that grandchild.)
49 and still rocking, saw Ozzy back in the 70's
KarieDee You know what? Your posts holds a lot of truth. What-ever situation you are facing in life, Ozzy has a song that fits it to the tee. He also has a song to provide you with the answers to change what is going on if you don't like it. I always go back to Ozzy when I need guidence from something. He has this "way" of making all the stuipd s*** all go away....... Love the new CD love all of his music. I am really tired of him being bashed but I guess there are people out there that are so low within themselves with esteem they have to bash a rock legend. It is sad. I really do feel sorry for those people now. Yeah Scapegoat it took some time to figure out that it was a waist of time. I learned though and Ozzy lead me back home to where I belonged.......
Love you Ozzy and Sharon......... Will be good to see you again next month.... ;)
I'm 35 and I'm in denial. lol.
Does anybody know how I can find a copy of the 1989 PAY PER VIEW CONCERT AT THE TOWER THEATER IN PHILLY? I was there. Made it on stage when the crowd rushed the stage. I was arm in arm with the Man (His left side specifically).
(Sorry Ozzy, didn't mean to tear your shirt off but when that big black guy grabbed me and threw me back into the crowd, mini skirt and all, I just didn't have anything else to hold onto!)
At one point Zakk jumped off stage and played his guitar directly in front of me. I was in heaven. If I didn't pass out towards the end of the concert and get carried out by two staff members I would have made it back stage for sure!
Can't wait for Ozzfest this year!
I'm 39, going on 40. I have listened to OZZY since the day I first heard "IRON MAN". That song just blew my brains out. My dad hated it.. and I loved it even more.. That song gave me goosebumps, and still does.
Read somewhere that OZZY was back again... Did anyone think he was gone...?
Have been a faithful fan of the OZZMAN since the beginning of time, and have past the legacy of the OZZMAN on to my children..
39 here and waiting online in my nice cozy home is crazy compared to how we used to get tickets. I loved sleeping outside for days waiting in line with total stangers just to get up to the window and have them say they were sold out. The party lines for the tickets were almost as much fun as the concerts were. I miss thoses and Drive-In movies!! I guess I am getting old!
Hey,Big Tom thanks for putting up this blog! For the first time everyone seems to have a common love for OZZY. It's really nice to see so many fans express feelings for OZZY. That's Awesome!!! And for all the loyal fans out there thank you for loving the man. I guess we all have something in common. Can't wait for July 21st, Devore, Ca. I am there. OZZY RULES!!!!!!!!!!!! You've got to believe in foolish miracles. It's not how you play the game,It's if you win or lose.You can choose.Don't confuse.It's up to you.
--WHAT DO U MEAN OLD!!,,HAHAHAAA,
HEYYY, GOOD TO BE HERE,
,LOOKING FORWARD TO OZZFEST,,
,AND IT'S NOT HOW OLD YOU ARE,,
IT'S HOW U FEEL..........
hello out there,im 44 years young have loved ozzy from way back(sabith days)whats really great is my boys also love ozzy ,ages 20,21 i think its cool that the generation of today(well most)can appreciate rock and roll from the old days(classic rock)my name is chris from wa,state you all have a good one ill be back again rock on!!!!
Glad to see a lot of us "old folks" here on the board.
I'm 38 and I love Ozzy! I got tickets to two Ozzfest shows this year!
50 Years young here & still Rockin to Ozzy's music. I been listening to his music since the early 70's. I have saw a many of his concerts when he came here to my home town of Evansville, Indiana. I'm a Fan to many Rockers, But in my Mind, Ozzy is the King of Rock-N-Roll!!!!
LONG LIVE ROCK-N-ROLL!!
I'm 55 here. Have listened to Ozzy since 1970. Last time I seen him in concert was when I was 30. Couldn't hear for 6 hours. It was great. Rock on!!!
change the name to room...lol...0zzy a little older than me and I see 1 in room is...time dosen"t
forget it just moves on...no matter ow much time has passed between i will always remember
his start to now...us young farts were his best friends...listeners...he still tries to bounce around
a little on the leg...must be our YOUTH catchin up 2 us...like us his music lives on...
--42 YEAR OLD LIFELONG FAN. SEE IN WA.
Iam 36 years of age. I have listen to ozzy in and out of sabbath since I can remember. I will always listen and enjoy his music. I also got my kids into ozzy and they also enjoy!!!!
I am the last thing you will ever know
I am 37! OK, ten years younger than you, but in todays world that is considered old, by the 20 somethings. Been listening to Ozzy since I was in the 7th grade when I decided to rebel and not listen to my parents C&W music
Just turned 37 here. Not that old I know but old enough to know that Paranoid is a Sabbath song not an Ozzy song LOL
daysrose, just ignore the haters & bashers, there isn't much you can do about them. They are race horse fans, doesnt mean they are Ozzy fans.
I love your music Ozzy!!!
I'm 45 and I've been an Ozzy fan for years. I seen him once in 96 and am looking foreward to seeing him again at Ozzfest!
Hows this Tom, your only as old as the girls ya feel? In my case I'm still 28 lmfao!
"Being sober on a bus is, like, totally different than being drunk on a bus." - Ozzy Osbourne
50 here and have seen Ozzy in concert 25+ times. Was at the Vh1 rock honors last week, Ozzy and Zakk were awesome!!!
BETTER BELIEVE IT!! I AM 46 YRS OLD AND HAVE LISTENED TO OZZY SINCE THE EARLY 70'S. I CANT WAIT FOR OZZFEST THIS YR, I MISSED IT LAST YR :( . I WILL ALWAYS LOVE HARD ROCK, AND OZZY IS THE BEST!!!
Ok checking in. Nice to see older folk here. I have a Bday coming up in Aug.
I'm 43 too! Well soon to be 44. :)
Sun, 06/03/2007 - 21:55 — daysrose
Hey you guys... I need help...
Hello dayrose, I am scapegoat….
As far as you needing help, I understand your desire to want to convert everyone to being an Ozzy fan, but unfortunately even today people don’t really understand the Ozzman. I find it to be only a waste of breath when it comes to trying to achieve this, it is better to just simply wash your hands of them & enjoy having the last laugh. Because almost any true Ozzy fan will always have the satisfaction of knowing what a true artistic genius Ozzy is.
Now lets tear this sucker apart verbatim.
(It's one thing to write lyrics, and another thing to live a healthy, spiritually balanced lifestyle.)
Now I find this absolutely absurd, since when has good art, or music had to have come from a healthy, spiritually balanced life style? I guess Picasso was a s*** artist because he suffered from mental illness & we should no longer recognize his art, & should simply take his work down from every museum in the world. While were all tearing down artwork from museum walls, let’s start burning every book, or poem by Mr. Edgar Allen Poe, Why? Because it is common knowledge that Poe suffered from bouts of depression and madness, and he may have attempted suicide in 1848, so this makes him unfit for our admiration, or the love of his life’s work. This persons comment is completely ignorant, & I really can’t help but almost feel sorry for them. It must really suck to be this out of touch with reality; I have to wonder if maybe they are slow, or perhaps hospitalized for some sort of mental deficiency.
(Ozzy is completely unbalanced; he bit the head off a dove right in front of the record executive of the record company that released his first solo album.)
Ok I am actually surprised they had the facts right on where this actually occurred. Surprise, surprise!
(What a fine example of humanity that was for someone who continues to struggle with lifetime addictions.)
Now I can only guess this person knows absolutely nothing about fighting any addiction, or what a cross it is to bear. Again they illuminate us with their short sightedness, & pompous ass opinion on what one can, or will do when under the influence of drugs, or alcohol. They must have lived a sheltered life I suspect, because I don’t know anyone that hasn’t been affected by this affliction, whether it is by ones own hands, or a loved one. Again I have only pity for this dumb ass, it must suck to be this f***in stupid!
(Tell me, does this "genius" show any gratitude by donating his time to any charities, or is he all about himself, as evidenced by that now defunct TV show of him and his family and their "balanced" so-called lifestyle at home in England?)
As for this comment, it is sad that one thinks an individual must donate any money to a cause in order to hold a valued place in society. As for celebrities making donations, I find it to be a nice gesture, but anyone with any common sense knows that they get to claim this s*** on their income taxes at the end of the year, so even though it may sound as if they are giving a lot of money out of their pocket, it isn’t always the case. Again we have another ridiculous statement!
(I can think of alot better role models for our kids to follow than some "sicky" like Ozzy.)
Hmmmmmmmm, and who may that be I must ask? Maybe this individual admires Elvis, who ate tons of barbiturates, & died of a heart attack on his royal commode at the age of 42. Or perhaps one of these moral filled country stars like Hank Williams Senior? Oh wait that is impossible, he was a drunk & injected himself with B12 and morphine and was found died in the backseat of his car. For the love of god! Even Hitler was a genius for Christ’s sake, a sick & demented genius, but a genius non-the less. So I don’t see where this moron is going with all this, I don’t see how ones lifestyle, or religious beliefs, or how much time or money they donate to any f***in cause has a damn thing to do with making, or creating great music, or art. In fact it is most often these individuals that are our most cherished artists of all time. So this moron needs to just shut the f*** up & try not to insert his, or her foot in their mouth!
I am sorry if I got long winded, & this in unlike me to run on, & on. Like I said I usually laugh to myself when I encounter a individual that is closed his mind to music, or art. I instead only try to subject them to as much Ozzy music, at the most loudest level possible, until they either cry, or go away. All I can say is Ozzy is a great artist, & this has been proven through the test of time. Just like the Beatles, I picture use buzzing around in space cranking to War pigs, or better yet Into the Void!
His music is forever immortal; it shall never, ever die!
Long live our boy Ozzy!
Hey, check in!!! Almost time. OZZFEST one week away. Orchestra section 2 ff seats ,may not be the best but, I'M Partying! GONNA BE A GOOD TIME,.
Being 50 ( lolol ) I'm going to cheat and do a cut and paste lolol
I'm going back to the early 70's here when I first heard of Ozzy and Black Sabbath.
My family weren't into modern music back then unless it was classical rubbish ( don't mind some classical now but not back then lolol ) I was around at a mates place and on the local radio I heard a tune which really blew my mind and I found out that it was Supernaut from the album Volume 4 ( as if no one knew that ) So with my next paper round money I went to the local music shop and bought the cassette of the album. I took it around to my mates place and played it on his player.
I was absolutely amazed by the style of music as well as the words to the songs. I instantly fell in love with "Changes" and I needed to find out more about this group. Now you must remember that the only time I got to listen to modern music back then was at my mates place so I already knew about Hendrix, Joplin, Led Zeppelin and Jethro Tull. I quickly found that Black Sabbath filled a void that was missing in my music tastes and I grabbed their music with both hands. From that point onwards I have been a Sabbath fan through and through and even nw at 50 I still blast them when I am working at home ( much to the disgust of the neighbours lolol ) Out of all the albums which are many my most played ones are " Mob Rules", "We Sold our souls for Rock n Roll'
After Ozzy was sacked or left BS Ronnie James Dio took over and I sort of lost touch with what Ozzy was doing up until a few years ago when Sharon had her TV show. I decided I should find oout what the Oz was doing so I downloaded a few tracks. Naturally he was still doing the Sabbath stuff but I was really impressed with his own music do I went to the local music shop and pestered them to get in some Ozzy albums for me. I must admit I don't like all of his stuff but what I do like I REALLY DO LIKE. I have 4 or 5 of his albums now and I also give them a blast too lolol Funnily enough my most favourite song is "Perry Mason" but then again I'm old enough to remember the TV show lolol
Anyway to finish this off I never thought Ozzy would make it to 45 let alone to the age he is now but I'm glad that Sharon got behind him and straighted him out somewhat because he is still as great as ever.
44, from Chicago, IL. I'm a moderator on the OzzFest.com Message Boards.
Hey--I am 54--55 in Sept. I still go to shows and party!
Good job Ozzy! Look forward to seeing the Fest!
Hey BigTom, I just turned 40 June 12th, & yes I am still rocking to the Ozzman. I have been an avid listener since I discovered Sabbath at the age of 12, or 13. I have most of the same memories as you, so anytime you want to stroll down memory lane I would be more than happy to do so!
Had to bring the Old Guys Back!!!! Were still here partying it up. OZZFEST coming up. Can't wait YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!
I'll be 39 this summer and haven't seen Ozzy since the Ultimate Sin tour a long time ago.
I'm 38 from NJ. My older brother got me listening to Black Sabbath when I was about 10 years old. I've seen Ozzy solo many times and I've been to Ozzfest every year.
Think we outnumber the youngins? lol.
Scapegoat..... I cannot figure out how to reply to your post...... HELP........................
There will never be another Barbaro :-)
YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Devore Coming up.Once again. Party OZZY RULES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
i'm 45 year old male from australia although i was born in birmingham england (came here when i was 5,) i first got into ozzy when i was about 14, my older brother told me about black sabbath , he used to go to school with ozz and tony , i have been a fan ever since, some of my mates say i am more of a deciple than a fan lol, cheers stixx
not quite sure i belong in here i'm 33. been going to concerts since i was 10. music and my family is my life. i'm from south LA. bout 45mins from Naw'lins. been going to Ozzfest since 2000 and catching Zakk whenever he passes thru here.
I think its that we have jobs and can afford to buy the CD!
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