Legendary rocker Ozzy Osbourne Announced on his Monday A “painful decision” to cancel the show at the Power Trip Festival scheduled for October. in his words,”My body is telling me I’m not ready yet“And you don’t want to make an offer that doesn’t live up to expectations.
“My original plan was to return to the stage in the summer of 2024 and when I received an offer to do this show I was positively moving forward,” Osbourne, 74, wrote on Instagram. However, his health did not keep pace with this optimism. “Unfortunately, my body is telling me I’m not ready yet and I’m very proud of that It made my first show in five years almost humbling.”
The band that will replace Osbourne at Power Trip will be announced soon. “They are personal friends of mine and I promise you they will not be disappointed.He confirmed.
Despite the setbacks, Osbourne maintains his love for his fans: “Above all, I want to thank my fans, my team, and my team for their unconditional loyalty and continued support. I love you all and we’ll see you soon,” he finished.
Health problems continue
In March, Osbourne informed his fans that he had canceled all UK and European tour dates due to spinal problems.
“My singing voice is fine. However, after three operations, stem cell treatments, endless physiotherapy sessions, and most recently, a revolutionary HAL treatment, my body is still physically weak,” Osbourne explained on Instagram.
Also, in April, the singer “Train Crazy” who He was open about how difficult it was to walk Because of his ongoing battle with Parkinson’s disease, he is pictured taking a daytime walk without his cane.
In August 2022, Osborne gave a detailed account of the difficult recovery after an operation to remove two metal plates attached to his spine.. His wife, Sharon Osbourne, described the surgery as one that “will define the rest of his life.”
Osbourne’s physical hindrances don’t dampen his spirits: “If I can go back to where I can tour, that’s fine,” he said on SiriusXM’s Ozzy’s Boneyard show. But he remains realistic for now: “If you said to me, ‘Can you do a tour in a month?'” “I can’t say yes. I mean, if I could do a tour, I would. But right now I can’t book tours because, right now, I don’t think I can do them.”