AceShowbiz - Ozzy Osbourne is impressed by a cover of his song done by a group of young percussionists in Kentucky. As an appreciation, the Black Sabbath star gives $10,000 to the non-profit group which consists of students aged 7 - 14 from nearly 50 schools in the area.
The Louisville Leopard Percussionists performed Osbourne's hit single "Crazy Train" and the rocker watched their rendition on YouTube. "Myself, my whole family and my fans all loved your rendition of 'Crazy Train'," he also wrote a note to them. "Keep up the good work."
The group also attracted the attention of Jimmy Page with their take on Led Zeppelin's "Kashmir" back in February. "Too good not to share," so the Zeppelin co-founder wrote online. On top of that, the students have performed with My Morning Jacket.