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Ozzy Osbourne Gets Nostalgic in 'Ordinary Man' Video Preview

Ozzy Osbourne
Sam Taylor-Johnson

Ozzy Osbourne

The full clip is due out on Tuesday (March 10).

Ozzy Osbourne is feeling nostalgic. The heavy metal master is prepping the video for the wistful title track to his Ordinary Man album, which is slated to drop on Tuesday (March 10). In the meantime, Osbourne has dropped a 20-second sneak peek of the clip that appears to borrow footage from the upcoming biopic, Biography: The Nine Lives of Ozzy Osbourne.

In the preview, the camera pans across a brick wall scrawled with the name of the song and a black and white photo of the 71-year-old rocker as a child as the string- and piano-laden ballad unfolds over the images. The action then shifts to Osbourne sits in a screening room thoughtfully watching a flickering image of himself as a young man.

Osbourne announced last week that he will not appear at this year's South by Southwest festival in Austin due to the coronavirus; just days later SXSW was canceled for the first time in its three-decade history. Osbourne was scheduled to attend SXSW in support of the world-premiere screening of the two-hour documentary special slated to air this summer on A&E.

The 86-minute film also features interviews with wife/manager Sharon, daughter Kelly and son Jack Osbourne, as well as friends and fellow musicians, including Rick RubinIce-TMarilyn MansonRob ZombieJonathan DavisPost Malone and more. The news follows the indefinite postponement of Osbourne's No More Tours 2 trek, which called off its North American dates on Feb. 17 as the singer continues treatment for P2 -- a milder form of Parkinson's disease.

Watch the preview of "Ordinary Man" below.


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