OZZY OSBOURNE Performs 'Bark At The Moon' During Solar
Ozzy Osbourne performed Monday afternoon during a solar eclipse at a festival in Illinois.
The BLACK SABBATH singer headlined Carterville's Moonstock festival, and he played his classic song "Bark At The Moon" at the height of the eclipse at 1:20 p.m. local time.
According to The Southern Illinoisan, Ozzy walked on stage at Walker's Bluff as the first diamond ring of the eclipse appeared, and began to sing the song as the shadow of the moon swept across the crowd.
"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."
Nearly twelve thousand people reportedly turned up to see the eclipse and Osbourne at Walker's Bluff.
Cynde Bunch, owner of Walker's Bluff, told The Southern Illinoisan one-fourth of the tickets sales were from outside the U.S.
"In the campground, we have thirty campers from different states and twelve camp sites rented by people from outside the country," Bunch said.