On April 27, 1979, after various attempts to get Ozzy back on the team, Black Sabbath fired their lead singer.
On April 25, 1980, Black Sabbath took a major step by releasing 'Heaven and Hell' with new vocalist Ronnie James Dio.
The back and forth venom between founding Black Sabbath members Bill Ward and Ozzy Osbourne continues.
The Bill Ward vs. Black Sabbath battle continues with a new interview in Rolling Stone.
Late last night (April 16), Ozzy publicly responded to Ward, but the drummer didn't quite get the response he was hoping for.
Drummer Bill Ward says it will take a "righting of the wrongs" by Ozzy Osbourne and being presented a signable contract for him to return to Black Sabbath.
The cancellation of Black Sabbath's Ozzfest Japan gig led some to speculate that guitarist Tony Iommi may have suffered a setback in his battle with lymphoma.
Festival attendees will still get their fix of Ozzy Osbourne, as the Prince of Darkness will perform with his solo act, reportedly with some special friends.
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