Ozzy Osbourne, 74, will no longer be touring, he announced on Wednesday.
The rocker shared the news in a Twitter statement, explaining that he must cancel his upcoming shows and won’t be touring in the future due to major health issues.
He wrote, “This is probably one of the hardest things I’ve ever had to share with my loyal fans. You may know that four years ago, this month I was involved in a major accident. I broke my spine.
This was my only purpose. My singing voice sounds fine. My singing
The post noted that ticket refunds are now available at point of purchase.
In January 2020, Osbourne spoke to “Good Morning America’s” Robin Roberts about the fall and his Parkinson’s diagnosis.
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He said, “It’s been very challenging for all of us. My last show was at The Forum on New Year’s Eve. Then, I had a terrible fall. My neck was badly injured and I had to have surgery. “
Osbourne added that “I had a numbness in my arm and my legs after the surgery. I don’t know whether it’s Parkinson’s, you know. But that’s — that’s what’s the problem. Because they cut nerves during the surgery. Nerve pain is something I had never heard of, and it is a strange feeling. “
Osbourne has also been dealing with a staph infection in the hand, COVID, as well as other health issues since the fall.