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Ozzy Osbourne cancels 2023 European tour dates, citing injury

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That was a very sad announcement, but not so surprising.

He's still keen on doing shows. Just not touring. I'm not sure if that's a good or bad think though.

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No longer in any health condition to ever do another show or concert.

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... never stopped the Rolling Stones.

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He can't walk without assistance.

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 never stopped the Rolling Stones.

How are you doing with the Play-Doh, any problem...

lol..

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He could do it online with the rest of the band touring, but again it wont be as exiting, get well soon Ozzy, best of luck on your recovery.

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Watched a video yesterday and he wasn't looking good. There is no recovery from Parkinson's disease. He's too weak to perform anything. We will have to be happy with what we already had.

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wallaceToday  10:00 am JST

Watched a video yesterday and he wasn't looking good. There is no recovery from Parkinson's disease. He's too weak to perform anything. We will have to be happy with what we already had.

He performed at the Moonstock Festival in Cartersville, Illinois just in time for the totality phase of the 2017 total solar eclipse in the US. Next year the US gets another one, and the path stretches from Texas to Ohio and beyond. I'm hoping Ozzy might get to perform 'Bark At the Moon' again like he did last time. Even if that's the only song he does it would be monumental (and historical, again). He could even sit in an EZ chair to do it like Phil Collins does for entire shows and the recent 2017 - 2019 tour where I caught his act. Then again, PC doesn't have Parkinson's.

We can only cross our fingers. We can hope.

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Ozzy and randy Rhodes were phenomenal.

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