Ozzy Osbourne celebrated by singing “Bark at the Moon” at Moonstock, a four-day metal festival in Carterville, Illinois on eclipse weekend. Ozzy’s headlining set was scheduled at 1:20 on Monday afternoon during peak eclipse.
“I don’t think I’ve ever been in this part of the world before,” Osbourne told his fans. “I love you all. Thank you for coming to see me.”
Osbourne sang through the end of the eclipse, with only a few short breaks because of the heat. In addition to “Bark at the Moon,” he played a nice mix of hits from across the decades of his career, from his days with rock group Black Sabbath through his solo work.
Southern Illinois was within the eclipse’s path of totality, so by the second verse of “Bark at the Moon,” it really did get pitch dark out. Check it out on the video below!
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