Ozzy Osbourne unfortunately had to cancel the North American portion of his No More Tours 2 due to his new treatment schedule (presumably for his Parkinson's). Osbourne also cancelled the very same tour in 2019 due to a combination of injuries and illness. Despite all these things going on, Osbourne still recorded his first new album in 10 years Ordinary Man and is aiming to write and record another one this month.
So is Ozzy planning on hanging it up soon? Not according to the man himself in an interview with Good Morning Britain.
"I desire to get back on stage. I'm not ready to hang up my mic yet. That's what I live for — to do shows," he told the show. He later added "The best medication I can get is being in front of an audience, which is breaking my heart, to be honest" and "[Stopping] is not an option. I have to do it. 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."
Ozzy, we also want to see you back on stage. Real bad.