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  • Ted Sallis
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    Originally posted by OzzyIsDio View Post

    Have you seen his latest interviews? He is looking really frail, I love Ozzy to death, but I think it's time for him to retire.

    He could probably do a couple of shows, but not a tour, but then again, I'm not Ozzy, so who knows?
    No I haven't seen a recent interview with Ozzy but if he's looking like that now, it should be all the more reason for him to hang it up (retire).

    Of course we all know who Ozzy's Manager is, so possibly we shouldn't rule out that factor.

    Ted

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  • OzzyIsDio
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    Originally posted by Ted Sallis View Post
    ^^ I wouldn't be surprised if you're right; due to his age and all of the mishaps he's been through the last couple of years or so.

    Ted
    Have you seen his latest interviews? He is looking really frail, I love Ozzy to death, but I think it's time for him to retire.

    He could probably do a couple of shows, but not a tour, but then again, I'm not Ozzy, so who knows?

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  • Ted Sallis
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    ^^ I wouldn't be surprised if you're right; due to his age and all of the mishaps he's been through the last couple of years or so.

    Ted

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  • OzzyIsDio
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    Originally posted by Ted Sallis View Post
    Well, here's the latest update: https://www.blabbermouth.net/news/oz...-judas-priest/

    Ted
    I think it will only wind up being cancelled again, not against Ozzy, not in the least, he'll be 73 in 2022 and he's not looking his best now.

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  • Ted Sallis
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    Well, here's the latest update: https://www.blabbermouth.net/news/oz...-judas-priest/

    Ted

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  • sellingmysoul
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    Ya no way he will be touring. He is not in a good place. But he is working on a new album.
    Last edited by sellingmysoul; 10-13-2020, 01:06 PM.

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  • OzzyIsDio
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    I don't think we'll see Ozzy on Tour anymore, unless it's one off shows, Ozzy's been looking frail.

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  • Ala
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    Looks like it'll be postponed again.

    https://www.blabbermouth.net/news/oz...aron-osbourne/

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  • maestro
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    Originally posted by Sabbathman View Post
    We may have seen Ozzy live on stage for the last time already, who knows? But if he makes it back to the stage again, one of the following shows will just become the last one for our beloved Prince Of Fucking Darkness - I know he won't make a conscious decision upon it himself, he just won't.



    So let's pray that Ozzy will get better and able to make one last return to the stages! May the man upstairs bless Ozzy!!!
    Amen. I hope we get some more shows. Id love to see him again but only if hes well. Get better Ozzy!


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  • Sabbathman
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    We may have seen Ozzy live on stage for the last time already, who knows? But if he makes it back to the stage again, one of the following shows will just become the last one for our beloved Prince Of Fucking Darkness - I know he won't make a conscious decision upon it himself, he just won't.

    OZZY OSBOURNE: 'I'm Not Ready To Hang Up My Mic'

    March 4, 2020

    https://www.blabbermouth.net/news/oz...ang-up-my-mic/

    Ozzy Osbourne says that he is confident he will perform again, less than a month after the cancelation of his 2020 tour plans in order to head overseas for treatment of his Parkinson's disease and other health issues.

    Speaking to "Good Morning Britain", Ozzy said (see video below): "My desire is to get back on stage. I'm not ready to hang up my mic. That's what I live for — to do shows."

    Ozzy, who also ceased all live activity in 2019 while battling illness and injuries, continued: "I exercise as much as I can. I have a trainer, I do Pilates. I have masseuses, nurses 24-7. The best medication I can get is being in front of an audience, which is breaking my heart, to be honest."

    Asked about the possibility that he will not be able to play live again, Ozzy said: "I will. Absolutely. I have to say that.

    "Sharon said to me, 'What are you gonna do if you can't do it?' And I said to her, 'It's not an option. I have to do it,'" he explained. "'Cause that's the only thing I've ever done in my life. That's the only thing I've ever wanted to do. That's the only thing I've felt confident about that I can do it. But you have to have a goal. And if whenever the man upstairs wants to say it's over, I've gotta keep on trying until I've exhausted every avenue."

    According to Ozzy, being in front of thousands of adoring fans is unlike anything else he has ever experienced.

    "When you go on stage and you've got the audience in your hand, you can feel that love and vibe, there is not a drug, there is not sex, there is no drink — nothing can come close to that feeling, for me," he said.
    So let's pray that Ozzy will get better and able to make one last return to the stages! May the man upstairs bless Ozzy!!!

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  • Sabbathman
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    Well, this will remind you how much you love Ozzy, how happy you are for him and how much you hope he recovers and lives long years to come...

    https://www.kerrang.com/features/no-...ear-from-hell/

    “I got a staph infection in my thumb. Fixed that. Then I had the accident. Then I came out of that and I got pneumonia. That didn’t go away. I thought, ‘Why don’t you just fucking kill me?’”


    More crucifixes than The Vatican. Crucifixes on doorknobs. Crucifixes on sideboards. On the coffee table, there’s a crucifix fashioned out of metal from the World Trade Center (“A New York fireman gave me that,” says Ozzy, picking it up and examining it).


    “It was fun. And it was so fucking good to be doing something. Because I’d be lying in bed going, ‘That’s it, I’m never gonna walk again,’ and this got me doing something and feeling good. And it was simple, it felt more like recording a fucking jam session. It’s not like a Pink Floyd thing where you’ve got to take a tab of acid to enjoy it – just crank the fucking thing. Go for it!”


    “Wham, bam, thank you, ma’am,” is how he puts it, as opposed to, “Fucking sitting in a studio for three fucking years with a producer making you do everything 15 fucking times. You can fucking die and get resurrected five times doing that – you’d forget where you fucking started from!”


    You just gotta love Ozzy.

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  • OzzyIsDio
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    Originally posted by Sabbathman View Post

    I'm all in with you, OID!

    I started getting excited of everything Ozzy back in 1995, way more than half of my life ago. I got all his albums...and then some. I've seen him live on stage with his solo band in 2010/11/12/18 and with Black Sabbath in 1998/2013/16. He is one of my most beloved key heavy metal artists, a true game changer so to speak. I have some of the fondest memories in all of my heavy metal journey with Ozzy blaring out in the song going loud. But it's so sad to see him struggle with his health in the public eye in this way, trying to have a valiant stance on things, going from cancellation to another in every few months. I would love to see him again...and again. But nothing and no-one lasts forever here in our world and time. I'm so glad to have the new surprisingly exciting Ozzy album, his most energizing solo release since Ozzmosis. I just wish our good old Ozzy would have days of joy and satisfaction, after over 50 years (!!!) of rocking like no-one else, not these impending touring schedules to meet without success. Ozzy's already done it all for us and himself, he doesn't need to go out there and make a point anymore - we all know he's a true Iron Man, making even the Superman himself grow envious: Superman can only be in one place at a time, while Ozzy is a global force.

    Come on Ozzy, just take care of yourself...and trust the Lord above.
    I'm with you a 100% Sabbathman, love Ozzy and this is breaking my heart what's happening to him, he's human and although he loves his fans and we love him dearly, he needs to take care of himself first, his health is what's more important, I've seen Ozzy solo dozens of times and the original Sabbath at least 4 or 5 times I lose count, I have every single album he's ever released and Sabbath's albums multiple copies tenfold, no artists or band has had the effect Ozzy and Sabbath has had on me and none ever will, ever!

    The Ozzman liveth!!!!

    God bless Ozzy Osbourne may he live a lot longer with the love of his family and friends and the endearment of his fans, who love him so very much!!!!!

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  • Sabbathman
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    Originally posted by OzzyIsDio View Post
    Ozzy has nothing to prove is right, the man has done it all and his name is synonymous with Elvis, John Lennon all the greats, it's a household name, everyone knows it and him, unless you live out in the desert under a rock, and even under those conditions you might still know it, Ozzy the man who fronted Sabbath, the greatest frontman and entertainer, singer that ever lived on the face of God's green Earth!

    God bless Ozzy Osbourne and God bless Black Sabbath!!!!!!

    WOOOOHOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    I'm all in with you, OID!

    I started getting excited of everything Ozzy back in 1995, way more than half of my life ago. I got all his albums...and then some. I've seen him live on stage with his solo band in 2010/11/12/18 and with Black Sabbath in 1998/2013/16. He is one of my most beloved key heavy metal artists, a true game changer so to speak. I have some of the fondest memories in all of my heavy metal journey with Ozzy blaring out in the song going loud. But it's so sad to see him struggle with his health in the public eye in this way, trying to have a valiant stance on things, going from cancellation to another in every few months. I would love to see him again...and again. But nothing and no-one lasts forever here in our world and time. I'm so glad to have the new surprisingly exciting Ozzy album, his most energizing solo release since Ozzmosis. I just wish our good old Ozzy would have days of joy and satisfaction, after over 50 years (!!!) of rocking like no-one else, not these impending touring schedules to meet without success. Ozzy's already done it all for us and himself, he doesn't need to go out there and make a point anymore - we all know he's a true Iron Man, making even the Superman himself grow envious: Superman can only be in one place at a time, while Ozzy is a global force.

    Come on Ozzy, just take care of yourself...and trust the Lord above.

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  • sellingmysoul
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    His touring days are over.. Just looking forward to the new album..

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  • Ala
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    And now the entire US-tour is cancelled completely. Just waiting for the same news for Europe...

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