Ozzy Osbourne canceled all shows, ‘weak’ touring – Quoc Nghiep

It’s a sad day for rockers everywhere: Legendary musician Ozzy Osbourne has canceled his upcoming tour due to declining health.

In a statement released on Wednesday, Osbourne, 74, wrote that he was “not fit enough” to make the trip needed for his UK and European tour dates scheduled for the end of the year. now.

“This is probably one of the hardest things I have ever had to share with my loyal fans,” Osbourne wrote. “As you all know, this month four years ago, I had a serious accident that damaged my spine. My sole purpose for the time being is to get back on stage.

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“My voice is fine. However, after three surgeries, stem cell treatments, countless physiotherapy sessions and most recently the breakthrough Cybernics (HAL) treatment, my body is still weak.”

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The former Black Sabbath frontman wrote that he was saddened by “the thought of letting my fans down.” The singer said his group is looking for a way for Osbourne to perform without having to move from city to city.

“I never imagined my touring days would end this way,” he said.

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Osbourne’s tour, called No More Tours II, was announced in 2017. It was postponed in 2019 to allow the singer to recover from a spinal injury.

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No More Tours II is set to begin in Helsinki, Finland in May.

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In September 2022, Osbourne released his 13th solo album, Patient No. 9. The album was nominated for the 2023 Grammy Award for Best Rock Album. The lead single, also known as Patient No. 9, about the late Jeff Beck, who passed away earlier this month. The song was nominated for Best Rock Song and Best Rock Performance at the Grammy Awards.

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