New OZZY OSBOURNE Cover Tracks Premiered On CAMP FREDDY RADIO: Audio Available

April 18, 2005

Ozzy Osbourne premiered three previously unreleased cover tracks Saturday night (April 16) on Camp Freddy Radio on Indie 103.1 FM in Los Angeles. The songs — "Rocky Mountain Way" (originally recorded by JOE WALSH),"Go Now" (originally recorded by THE MOODY BLUES) and "Woman" (originally recorded by JOHN LENNON) — will be included on an Ozzy "covers" album, scheduled to be released sometime in June. The album will contain covers from Osbourne's recent box set, "Prince of Darkness", as well as a few brand-new gems.

Check out the audio of Ozzy's appearance on Camp Freddy Radio at this location.


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