With Ozzy Osbourne at the helm, Black Sabbath sold tens of millions of albums during the 1970s. When he finally broke away to fly solo, Ozzy achieved the unthinkable. Against all odds, he delivered one of the seminal rock albums to mark his resurrection and went on to trounce his former band mates and evolve into a cult icon. Along the way, and over the course of dozens of albums and tours, Ozzy displayed an enviable knack of employing groundbreaking musicians, such as guitarists Randy Rhoads, Jake E. Lee and Zakk Wylde and a series of world renowned bassists, drummers and keyboard players. Each took the opportunity to stamp their mark on what quickly became a legendary, unpredictable act. This then is the story of the Ozzy Osbourne band - in their own words. As told by Bob Daisley, Lee Kerslake, Tommy Aldridge, Bernie Tormé, Brad Gillis, Steve Vai, Phil Soussan, Carmine Appice and many more.