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"She said, The dog can bark at the moon all night long, but it doesnt become an issue until the moon barks back."
And he'll launch into his trademark solo signature rocker, Bark At The Moon.
Lee is the former guitarist in Ozzy Osbourne's band and recorded the albums, Bark at the Moon and The Ultimate Sin.
And of course they could all be sung by the Prince of Darkness himself, Ozzie Osbourne, whose own song Bark At The Moon was bound to make our list
From the rampaging Crazy Train through the goth gloom of Mr Crowley and machine gunning desperation of Bark At The Moon, these workouts set the demons that have long haunted Osbourne in their best framework.
Four local authors will sign books, including Cleta Gresham Rokey ("Bark at the Moon: Bert Rokey's Letters from the South Pacific, 1942-1945"); David Baehler ("The Timegate," a young adult time-travel book); Theo Czuk ("Heart-Scarred," about a young boy surviving by wits and luck in the frontier; and Ann Simas ("Blessed are the Eagles," a supernatural mystery/romance) and four of her previous urban fantasy books.
On this day 30 years ago, the heavy metal singer was performing at Newcastle Mayfair with his Blizzard of Oz band to promote the acclaimed Bark At The Moon album.
| BARK AT THE MOON: Siblings Kay and Sam Taylor (central) with colleagues from the Moonhound theatre company (S)
Forty years on, mainstream metal has toppled into self-parody (check the Ozzy "Bark at the Moon Collectible Rock Doll"), and the tropes that began as a response to the inhuman conditions of labor have settled into a consumer-friendly, generic comfort brand.
At number four was Ozzy Osbourne's werewolf video for 'Bark at the Moon', and Fever Ray's 'If I Had a Heart' took fifth place.
10.Who had hits with Bark at the Moon, Crazy Train and Shot in the Dark?
Opening with "Bark at the Moon," Ozzy was full of energy and ready to perform at this stop, even though the tour doctor advised him against it because of a "throat disease."