OZZY OSBOURNE’S CELESTIAL PERFORMANCE SLAMMED BY ECLIPSE PURISTS
Sunday, Aug 6, 2017
Does the Prince of Darkness, Ozzy Osbourne, need to show more respect for the moon?
A total solar eclipse is scheduled for August 21, 2017. This means the moon will move between the sun and the Earth. It will last for about three hours darkening the sky in broad daylight.
Ozzy Osbourne is set to perform during the celestial event, and eclipse purists are not having it! They say he’s not giving the proper respect to the solar event. According to a local Illinois news source, SaukValley.com.
“Osbourne plans to sing his 1983 hit “Bark at the Moon” during eclipse totality at 1:20 p.m. /ET on Aug. 21 at Walker’s Bluff winery in Carterville, a small town about 120 miles southeast of St. Louis.”
Joe McFarland, a local who owns an eclipse shop in Illinois slammed the event.
McFarland said the eclipse is “as close to a religious experience that anyone can experience, no matter your faith or lack thereof.” Viewers trying to get the “perfect picture” or listen to music during totality will miss a rare moment of spiritual introspection, McFarland added. “One one of the biggest mistakes being made locally is the winery is having a big music festival prior to the eclipse, and then, at the moment of totality, Ozzy Osbourne is going to take to the stage and play Bark at the Moon.”
Would you watch Ozzy Osbourne “Bark at the Moon” during the eclipse?