Ozzy Osbourne, “The Prince of Darkness“, cancels all the dates to his upcoming North American tour “No More Tours 2” due to medical conditions. The singer’s twelfth studio album “Ordinary Man” is due to be released this Friday, February 21st.
Ozzy, who recently opened about his battle with Parkinson’s disease, has canceled all of his upcoming dates to his North American tour “No More Tours 2” due to complications from the illness. The tour would be in support of his newest creation, “Ordinary Man” due out this Friday, February 21st. In an interview just less than a month ago with Good Morning America, the singer finally breaks his silence with his struggles with the illness, and how the only thing that he truly needs, it’s to get back in the road touring for his fans.
Check out the touching interview now!
We love you Ozzy! <3 We hope you get back to doing what you love soon – performing for us.
Pick up “Ordinary Man” this Friday at your local record store.
(Refunds for the 2020 North American tour are available at the original point of purchase and fans who purchased “No More Tours 2” tickets will have first access to tickets when the tour is rescheduled. The tour was supposed to begin May 27 in Atlanta, Georgia, and go until July 31.)