Ozzy Osbourne is one of the most important and legendary musicians in heavy metal. With an incredible career with Black Sabbath and in his solo career, it is not surprising that the artist has achieved a positive financial return after so many years on the road.
The production of The Osbournes (2002-2005) gave a measure of Ozzy’s fortune. In the reality show episodes, the audience can see some luxuries and properties of the singer’s family. The Celebrity Networth website, which analyzes the fortune of celebrities, collected data about the musician. The metal artist currently has a net worth of $ 220 million.
Osbourne has sold more than 100 million albums. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of Black Sabbath. He is also in the UK Music Hall of Fame both as a member of the band and a solo artist. Osbourne has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame as well as the Birmingham Walk of Stars. In 2014 he received the Global Icon Award at the MTV Europe Music Awards.
The Richest website revealed some of the earnings and investiments of the singer in the last decade, saying that in 2015 he bought the North Arden house located at Beverly Hills, California for $10,000,000. In 2014 he had an estimated earning from albums sales around 100 million records. Including both Black Sabbath and Solo Career that would have given him $150,000,000.
A report from the Feelnumb website is made people very upset. According to the article, a signed version of Ordinary Man, the new and hugely successful Prince of Darkness album was announced for a limited time on CD and vinyl.
Feeling “lucky”, the fan bought 4 autographed CDs for the amount of US $ 14 each. But did not hide the disappointment when receiving them. With photos, he shows that the CDs were actually signed by a machine known as Autopen.
The photo shows that three different types of autographs were made, so that the technique went unnoticed. However, as the fan ordered four albums, two came with the exact same signature – even positioned in the very same place.
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