Sharon Osbourne claims Ozzy Osbourne is doing ‘much better’ and confirms upcoming live performance
The rocker’s wife offers an update on his health after retirement announcement and cancellation of European tour dates
The legendary rock artist Ozzy Osbourne recently shared his health struggles and inability to tour in the last few years after canceling his European tour dates. However, according to his Wife Sharon Osbourne, the rocker is doing “much better.”
The singer announced his retirement earlier this year due to ill health but a month later the artist explained that he may tour again claiming that his singing voice is “fine.”
Osbourne’s initial concern was his physical health. In February the legendary artist explained that he’s had multiple operations and physical therapy sessions, stem cell treatment, and a new innovative Cybernics treatment all to help aid his physically weak body.
Ozzy is back
More recently it was revealed that Obourne will perform live yet again. The singer is set to perform at the rock-focused music festival ‘Power Trip’ this October. Although fans are a bit weary to get excited due to the unpredictable nature of the artist’s health.
According to his wife, Sharon, “he’s good.” Sharon made an appearance on ‘Piers Morgan Uncensored’ last Wednesday and spoke about his health and upcoming events at length.
“He’s good. He’s doing so much better. I think I told you about it the other night, but now it’s been announced; we can talk about it. He’s doing a show on October 6th in America. It’s at the Coachella site. It’s gonna be a great show: Guns N’ Roses, Metallica, AC/DC…” Sharon Osbourne shared with Morgan.
Morgan also commented that “the rocker is still rocking,” to which Sharon replied, “He never stopped. He’s back.”
Sharon Osbourne confirmed rumors that her husband would be performing at the ‘Power Trip’ festival on October 6, 2023, at the Empire Polo Club in Indo, California. The same location the annual Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival is held at.
The festival takes place over three days with a lineup that includes, ‘Metallica,’ ‘Iron Maiden,’ ‘Tool,’ and ‘AC/DC.’ Ticket sales begin on April 6, 2023, While VIP package sales will begin two days prior on April 4, 2023.
Pre-registration for ticket sales has already begun and can be done on powertrip.live.