“Ozzy & Jack’s World Detour”: A Father-Son Historical Road Trip
Some of you already know this, but for those of you who don’t, I am producing and starring in a new show with my dad called “Ozzy & Jack’s World Detour.” It is a history show with a comedic edge. In the show, my dad and I travel around the globe to historical sites, learning and commentating, and let me tell you, it has been a lot of fun to shoot and watch the project come to life. Plus, I learned a lot while traveling with my dad, which was fun!
It was so nice to be able to spend the amount of time together that we did. Growing up, he was on tour a lot, so he wasn’t at home as much as we would have liked him to be. So, this was a huge change for us to be around each other every single day for weeks and months on end. I learned a lot of things about my dad that I never realized or knew before. It really made our relationship a lot stronger and I feel like we grew closer during our travels.
My dad and I have always been very into history. Did you know Ozzy is actually a huge World War II buff? Many people are shocked when they find that out about him. He has extensive knowledge about wars and history. I on the other hand love politics, history, and weapons’ history, but I’m also interested in extra-terrestrial stuff too. I’m also interested in anything having to do with outer space, so basically I’m a huge nerd! HAHA!
Seriously though, my dad is a really funny guy and I sometimes forget how fun he is to be around. Most father-son relationships don’t get to have an experience like this so we both cherished that time together, and it is something that neither of us will ever forget!
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