The singer sustained a spinal injury four years ago that he said he is still recovering from. He was also diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in 2020.
Several breeds of small nocturnal mammals might have been removed from the endangered list at the news, but the rock music world in general has been distraught to hear that, aged 74, Ozzy Osbourne is retiring from touring. A combination of health issues — stemming from both his diagnosis with Parkinson’s disease and a bad fall in 2019 which aggravated injuries from his 2003 quad biking accident (which led to numerous therapies and spinal surgery to save him from paralysis) — have left him too “physically weak” to undertake the travel necessary for a major tour.
Ozzy Osbourne essentially announced his retirement from touring in an emotional statement earlier this week, but that doesn’t necessarily mean he won’t play any more concerts. In fact, his guitarist Zakk Wylde is primed to take the stage with the Prince of Darkness whenever the latter is “ready to roll.”
Ozzy Osbourne has has cancelled all upcoming concerts due to his physical condition. Ozzy Osbourne, the Godfather of Heavy Metal, says his days on the road are over. In a Twitter post Thursday, the madman of metal said he is physically unable to withstand the impact of tour-related travel and has cancelled all upcoming concerts.
To celebrate the four Grammy nominations for his latest album, Patient Number 9, rock legend Ozzy Osbourne has collided with mastermind JAPAN for an exclusive T-shirt collection. The limited edition release will be available exclusively at Maxfield LA and features a mix of Ozzy’s iconic imagery with mastermind’s signature skull and crossbones motif. Centered around quality, each T-shirt is made with exquisite materials with an attention to detail with both rock music and streetwear fans in mind.
Ozzy Osbourne is hopping off the tour bus. On Wednesday, the legendary Black Sabbath frontman announced that he is officially retiring from touring due to ongoing health issues related to a spinal injury that he re-aggravated in 2019. The remaining UK and European dates of his No More Tours II tour, which were scheduled to start in May, have been canceled.
Judas Priest have shared an update after Ozzy Osbourne’s revealed he could no longer tour due to his ongoing recovery from an accident. The Prince of Darkness cancelled all his upcoming shows and said it was “probably one of the hardest things I’ve ever had to share with my loyal fans”.
Fans of rocker Ozzy Osbourne were given a major dose of bad news on (Wednesday) Feb. 1. At least those fans hoping to see Osbourne perform on stage again. It's not going to happen. Osbourne, considered one of heavy metal's greatest pioneers, announced on Twitter that due to health challenges...
SAN ANTONIO (WOAI) — Legendary rocker Ozzy Osbourne took to Twitter on Wednesday to announce that his touring career is over. In a statement, Osbourne said he had damaged his spine in an accident four years ago and that he can no longer cope with the travel required for a tour.
Zakk Wylde and Judas Priest have shared their support for Ozzy Osbourne following the Prince of Darkness' announcement earlier this week that his European and United Kingdom tour dates would be canceled. He said Wednesday that his touring days have ended. The Black Label Society frontman, who's also long been...
Ozzy Osbourne announced he’s canceling his upcoming 2023 tour dates, and will be retiring from touring due to health issues. The 74-year-old heavy metal legend said in statement posted to his social media accounts on Wednesday that despite operations, treatments and physical therapy sessions after an accident four years ago, his body is “still physically weak.” Osbourne fell at his home in Los Angeles in 2019 which aggravated injuries from a 2003 ATV accident, injuring his spine. The Black Sabbath frontman also announced in 2020 that he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. The singer has canceled several shows over the past few years due to health issues.
This month marks the 41st anniversary of a riot at the HemisFair Arena after British heavy metal rocker Ozzy Osbourne’s defiling of the Alamo Plaza and public intoxication arrest near the Alamo hours earlier. It also marks an end to Osbourne’s long touring career. The 74-year-old Black Sabbath singer...