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Posted on Apr 29, 2014 12:42 pm
Metal legend Ozzy Osbourne isn't too thrilled with younger acts these days and has recently shared a genuine concern regarding the future of the guitar-driven genre.
Chatting with Kerrang! magazine, Oz had a simple question to ask - "Where are all the new rock stars?"
"I honestly don't know who's going to carry the flag in the future, but I wish someone would hurry up. None of us are getting any younger, you know," the singer said (via Blabbermouth).
Asked about who is the ultimate rock star in his opinion, Osbourne replied, "David Bowie comes to mind. He's always original with his image and music. Nowadays, I have a problem telling who's in the band and who's in the crew - no one looks like a rock star!"
The vocalist was also asked to comment making the magazine's "50 Greatest Rock Stars in the World Today" and share his thoughts on why does he think he made the big 50. "[Why?] Probably because I'm Ozzy Osbourne! But the past year, with the success of Sabbath's '13' album and the world tour, probably didn't hurt..."