OZZY OSBOURNE Dons White Cowboy Hat In Calgary

July 25, 2008

CBC News reports that Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne (photo),the royal couple of heavy metal, were given a taste of Calgary, Alberta, Canada hospitality Friday when they received white Stetsons, part of the city's traditional welcome to notable visitors.

At times chanting "Ozzy!" and "Sharon!" about 100 people — from 12-year-olds to much older heavy metal fans — gathered at the arrivals terminal of the Calgary International Airport on Friday afternoon to greet the singer and his manager wife.

The Osbournes arrived in the city for the all-day Monsters of Rock festival on Saturday at McMahon Stadium headlined by Ozzy and JUDAS PRIEST.

Read the entire report from CBC News.

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