, 2022-12-23 15:35:08,
Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images Ozzy Osbourne
Ozzy Osbourne isn’t throwing in the towel on live performances.
The Black Sabbath rocker, 74, opened up to Yahoo Entertainment this week about his upcoming spring/summer 2023 tour dates, and how he isn’t planning on letting any recent health concerns derail those plans.
“I just wanna get back on that stage. I’ve gotta get back on that stage. It’s driving me nuts, not being able to,” Osbourne told the publication. “I can’t relax. I’ve always gotta be doing something.”
“I mean, I could say let’s call it a day, but I can’t stop,” he continued. “There’s nothing like a good gig, and there’s nothing like a bad gig — because a bad gig makes you wanna do a good gig, better than before! A great gig is better than any sex or drug. There’s nothing to compare it to.”
The rocker — who just celebrated his birthday on Dec. 3 — has powered through after a 2019 fall that aggravated a previous neck and back injury, has undergone two more procedures since, was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, and now uses a cane. “I can remember when I was 69 and thinking, ‘I wonder when I’ll start to feel old, when I’ll start to feel everything?’ And suddenly, when I turned 70, the floodgates opened. It was one thing after the other,” Osbourne told…
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