Sharon Osbourne: She reveals plans for an Ozzy Osbourne museum

Sharon Osbourne
She unveils plans for an Ozzy Osbourne museum

Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne have been married since 1982. She is now planning a museum for him in Birmingham.

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There could soon be an Ozzy Osbourne museum: Sharon Osbourne at least has plans to create a corresponding monument for her husband.

Sharon Osbourne (70) would like to honor her husband Ozzy’s (74) life’s work with a museum. She gave that in the new episode “The Osbournes Podcast” is known.

Memorabilia and interactive elements

There she revealed her plans. The museum will revolve around the musician’s career, display memorabilia and contain interactive elements. The 70-year-old explained that she is currently “trying to get Dad’s memorabilia together for the memorabilia shop we are opening in Birmingham.” The Black Sabbath musician grew up in Birmingham, so this is a fitting location for the exhibition. “He has all his awards, all his stage clothes, posters, old posters from the Earth days,” she continued. Earth was a former band of Ozzy Osboure. There seems to be enough material for a museum: “I have so many memorabilia.”

A café with lots of music

Sharon Osbourne already has pretty clear ideas: “We’re going to make it completely interactive – every video, every live show from your dad, everything there,” she told her children in the podcast. “It’s more of an educational thing for musicians and artists who want to see that you can come from nothing, and if you work hard enough, that’s what you can achieve.” There are also plans to have an attached café where instruments will be available at any time. Music students could, for example, perform.

New album and tour planned

Ozzy Osbourne also reported on his health in the podcast. “Thank God I’ve had all the operations now. I’m fine – it just dragged on. I thought I was back on my feet months ago, I just couldn’t get used to this way of life because something was always wrong true.” He couldn’t walk properly, but was no longer in pain. “The surgery on my spine went great.” He is even making new career plans for 2024. “I’m getting fit,” he said. “I made two albums relatively recently, but I want to make another album and then go back on tour.”


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