Ozzy Osbourne Bark at the Moon T-Shirt
Released in 1983, Bark at the Moon is the third release by Ozzy Osbourne. It was preceded by Blizzard of Oz (1980) and Diary of a Madman (1981). He parted ways with Black Sabbath in 1979, but went on to release 12 solo studio albums to date (2022).
This black tee features the album's artwork and is perfect for any Ozzy fans!
With all of his albums and tours, reality TV shows, Sirius XM station (Ozzy's Boneyard), movie appearances and voice overs, the "Godfather of Metal" has enjoyed a long career in rock-n-roll.
- Officially licensed merchandise
- Front graphic only
- Short sleeve
- Black t-shirt
- Small: Chest 34" | Length 28"
- Medium: Chest 38" | Length 28"
- Large: Chest 42" | Length 29"
- XL: Chest 46" | Length 30.5"
- 2XL: Chest 50" | Length 32"
- Angela is 5' tall, weighs 160lbs. and wears a size 10/12. She is wearing a size large.
- Unisex fit
Fabric & Care
- 100% cotton
- Machine wash warm, tumble dry low
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