Ozzy Osbourne, Corey Taylor, Others Set To Feature On Billy Morrison’s New Album

Billy Morrison’s upcoming album features appearances by Ozzy Osbourne, Corey Taylor, Al Jourgensen, and other celebrities. The rhythm guitarist for Billy Idol’s band, Morrison, posted updates about his work on Instagram yesterday, January 9. Following his announcement that he was joining Virgin Music and The Label Group, he provided details on the release of his third solo album, “The Morrison Project,” which is scheduled for April 19. Many rock and rap icons, such as Ozzy Osbourne, Steve Vai, DMC of Run-DMC, Steve Stevens of Billy Idol, Linda Perry of 4 Non Blondes, Black Sabbath touring drummer Tommy Clufetos, and more, are rumored to be making guest appearances on the album, which is expected to have 12 tracks.

He added that during the COVID-19 epidemic in 2020, he had recorded music with Billy Idol drummer Erik Eldenius and A Perfect Circle’s Jeordie White before starting work on the album. The album “The Morrison Project” is the sequel to his sophomore album “God Shaped Hole,” released in 2015. The album’s last track, “Gods of Rock N Roll,” had Ozzy Osbourne. 2008 saw the release of his debut solo album, “Stimulator.” In addition to his own endeavors, Morrison has spent the last 12 months working closely with Billy Idol.

Billy Idol was the first performer to ever headline a concert at Colorado’s Hoover Dam in April. Tony Kanal of No Doubt, Steve Jones of the Sex Pistols, and Alison Mosshart of The Kills and The Dead Weather made cameo appearances at the small-scale event, which drew 250 attendees. The show was filmed, and it was subsequently shown as a concert film that debuted in theaters one night in November. A extensive tour of the United States by Billy Idol and his band was also undertaken; it ended in October with a five-night run at The Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas.

Morrison wrote,

“The album features a ton of guest appearances by my friends and the first single, ‘DROWNING’ will be released February 23rd,”

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