Sharon Osbourne is toying with a museum about her husband Ozzy’s (74) career in his hometown of Birmingham. “I have so many memorabilia,” the cult rocker’s 70-year-old wife explained on her family’s “The Osbournes Podcast.” “He has all his awards, his stage clothes, posters, old posters from the Earth era,” she said. Earth was the name of the band that changed its name to Black Sabbath in 1969.

In addition to items to look at, the museum could show videos of performances by the British rock legend, said Sharon Osbourne. She envisions “a kind of educational institution for musicians and artists” who want to see “that you can come from nothing – and if you work hard enough, you can do it.” Ozzy Osbourne recently made it public that, despite serious health problems, he wants to record a new album in 2024 and then go on tour.