Ozzy Osbourne Heading to Showtime, Queensrÿche Beef Continues + More
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The Ozzy doc God Bless Ozzy Osbourne, which was directed by his son Jack, will air on Showtime on July 13. So grab some microwave popcorn and crash out on the couch to watch the doc on a summer Friday. What's better than exploring Ozzy's early days with Black Sabbath, his addiction issues and his role as husband and father. [Showtime]
New Queensrÿche drama details have been revealed. There is reportedly even more of rift between singer Geoff Tate and his bandmates, who are working on Rising West. Tate's daughter Miranda hit the band's Facebook page to offer her side of the story, since she helps handle some of his business dealings.
We couldn't find the posts, but VH1 Classic Radio provided the tip off and indicates that she wrote, "Geoff is on the defensive and all the truth as to how hostile he has been treated will be known soon." She also says her Tate writes songs with the help of an outside writer, since the other members don't contribute. Drama! [Facebook]
Songs of Townes Van Zandt, featuring Wino, Neurosis' Scott Kelly and Steve Von Till each offering three personal takes on the iconic American songwriter Townes Van Zandt's catalog, is out now via Neurot Recordings. Von Till's version of Van Zandt's "Black Crow Blues" is streaming online. [Brooklyn Vegan]
Richard Christy is not just the drummer for Charred Walls of the Damned but also a member of the Howard Stern radio show! The Howard TV cameras followed Christy around for the making of the video for CWOD's "Zerospan." Fans will get an up close and personal look at the concept and go behind-the-scenes of the video to watch it all come together. This episode of Howard TV On Demand airs through Aug. 6. [Howard TV]