Ozzy Osbourne has seen it all, lived it all and somehow survived it all. Osbourne's long running love affair with heavy rock music dates back to the late '60s, a period in which he first played with Geezer Butler in the short-lived Rare Breed. Butler and Osbourne would join with Tony Iommi and Bill Ward in the oddly named Polka Tulk Blues before eventually gravitating toward a harder sound and new moniker in Black Sabbath.
Most know Lemmy Kilmister for his time with Motorhead, but the singer has been carrying the hard rocking torch for much of the rock and roll era. As a teenager influenced by the Beatles, young Lemmy rocked in such pre-fame bands as The Rainmakers, the Motown Sect and eventually The Rockin' Vickers, a group that earned him his first record deal back in 1965.
Scott Stapp and Kid Rock enjoyed the excess that came with fame in the late '90s, and Stapp captured a tryst in which he and Rock enjoyed the affections of several female groupies on tape. But in 2006, that tape went missing and ended up in the hands of Red Light District, who began selling downloads to the dismay of both musicians.