Black Sabbath isn't the only piece of heavy metal history to be honored in Birmingham, it seems. According to Sharon Osbourne in a new episode of The Osbournes podcast, she's working on creating an Ozzy museum in the iconic vocalist's hometown.
Interestingly, Sharon also notes that she and Ozzy are not moving back to the UK as originally planned. Sharon's answer starts with her saying "no" to her son Jack Osbourne about if they're moving back, and then goes from there.
"No, but he's having all of his awards [in the museum], all his stage clothes, posters, old posters from [the pre-Black Sabbath band] Earth days," said Sharon. "I've got so much memorabilia.
"We're gonna do it totally interactive — every video, every live show of your dad's, everything there. It's more of an educational thing for musicians and artists that wanna see that you can come from nothing, and if you work hard enough this is what you can get.
"We're going to have a café, and in there we're going to have every instrument you can think of. Music students can come in and we're gonna do music classes, because there's no music at schools anymore. We're gonna get friends, other musicians to come in."
No word on when the museum is planned to open, as Sharon only stated that she's currently "busy trying to get together daddy's memorabilia for the memorabilia place that we're opening in Birmingham." As for Ozzy himself, he's planning on writing and recording his third solo album is decade sometime in 2024. Much like Ordinary Man in 2020 and Patient Number 9 in 2022, Ozzy is aiming to have the new record produced by Andrew Watt.