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Ozzy Osbourne To Perform Live At Upcoming Rams & Bills Game


Having returned to the stage for the first time in years at last month’s ‘Commonwealth Games, Ozzy Osbourne has been announced as the halftime performer at an NFL game set for next week. September 08th will see Osbourne performing at the SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, CA when the Los Angeles Rams host the Buffalo Bills.

Osbourne will be playing a multi-song medley, a portion of which will be airing on NBC and Peacock. His guest-filled new album “Patient No. 9” will see a release a day later on September 09th.

As Osbourne continues to recover from a major surgery he underwent in June of this year, his recent return to the stage saw him aided by a bracket in behind him which helped hold him up.

Ozzy himself recently told The Observer of that:

Sharon had them put in a bracket at the back, to hold me up. So I was leaning against that. And I was holding the microphone. I was kind of wedged in. Every time I see my Parkinson’s doctor, the first thing he says to me is: ‘Have you had any falls?’ Not only that, I’m on blood thinners. I’m pretty fucked up, actually.”

The 73-year-old heavy metal icon suffered some life-changing injuries several years back after a late night tumble saw him disrupt steel rods previously surgically inserted in him following his early 2000s ATV crash. Osbourne also suffers from PRKN 2 (a form or Parkinson’s Disease).

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