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OZZY OSBOURNE Working On New Album; ‘No More Tours 2’ Dates Rebooked For 2022

The iconic frontman is set to return to the road in 2022.

It appears that Ozzy Osbourne’s previously canceled U.K. tour, dubbed ‘No More Tours 2’, will be moving ahead in 2022.  Also, according to his wife/manager Sharon Osbourne, the iconic singer is currently in the studio working on another album.

Sharon recently spoke to the U.K.s Planet Rock about the difficulties artists will face finding venues to play once the coronavirus pandemic has subsided, saying: “Well that’s the thing right now. Everybody’s booking their tours again for like 2022, and to find availabilities right now, it’s crazy. Agents and facilities are going nuts, trying to get everybody back. It will be exciting. I think it will be a very exciting time when bands do go back and it’ll be joyous.

“Ozzy’s tour has been rebooked,” Sharon continued. “The British tour, he’ll be back in ’22. You know, we just carry on as normal. We’ve been doing loads of TV shows here and you’ve got to just keep going until Ozzy can go back live. He’s in the studio right now doing a new album. We’re going to do a movie of Ozzy’s life story and he’s got to do the soundtrack to that… so I’ll keep him busy, let’s put it that way.”

Asked for an update on Ozzy’s health, Sharon told Planet Rock: “For Ozzy, when everybody had to go in lockdown, it kind of set him back because he couldn’t do his physiotherapy. He had nearly five months of no physio, and in those five months, I think all he and I did was lie on the couch, watch TV and eat. It kind of set him back, but he’s back to where he was before the pandemic. Since he’s been back working with the physio, every day I see an improvement, but it’s hard for Ozzy, because you don’t see yourself as you really are. He’s getting there — he is. He will be back and be on that stage.”

Ozzy, who turned 71 last December, has repeatedly said that he has no plans to fully retire from music, despite the fact that “No More Tours 2” is being billed as his last major global trek.