The day after winning two Grammy awards, Ozzy Osbourne posted online that he was “blessed to work with some of the greatest musicians in the world” and he specifically mentioned his producer Andrew Watt.
The message started out in true Ozzy fashion with: “I’m One Lucky Mother f***er to have won Best Rock Album Grammy.”
He went on to write that winning the Best Metal Performance “was equally gratifying,” especially since the song featured his friend and Black Sabbath bandmate, Tony Lommi.
The album features an all-star guest lineup including Eric Clapton, Chad Smith, Robert Trujillo, Duff McKagan, Zakk Wylde, Josh Homme, and Mike McCready. Two guests that appeared on the album, Taylor Hawkins and Jeff Beck have since passed away.
Ozzy was voted Best Metal Performance for “Degradation Rules” and Best Rock Album for Patient Number 9.
He was not in attendance at Sunday night’s (2-5) awards show, however, Watt was there and he accepted for him during a pre-broadcast ceremony.
- Ozzy Osbourne posted online that he was “blessed to work with some of the greatest musicians in the world”
- He also wrote, “I’m One Lucky Motherf***er to have won Best Rock Album Grammy.”