The legendary Black Sabbath and also known as The Prince of Darkness, Ozzy Osbourne, was recently interviewed by Scott Munro’s Classic Rock to reveal his recent mood after releasing his latest album ‘Ordinary Man.’
As you might already familiar with the news that Ozzy was struggling with lots of issues for about two years. After having tough neck surgery, Ozzy also announced that he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease last year.
While explaining why he feels lucky after all those bad experiences, Ozzy revealed the secret of his huge success:
“I can’t answer the question because I don’t know it. I must be the luckiest man in the world. It’s been 10 years since my last studio album Scream, and this album’s doing well.”
He also revealed if he changed his decision not to tour the world anymore:
“Well, what I said was I’m not touring the world anymore. I can’t. I’ll do shows instead of going on a world tour. By the time I go to Europe, I’m usually burnt out, so I’m going to do a European tour then take a break for as much as I want.
Do you know what the thing is now? Everyone does this thing in Las Vegas. If I ever have to do that, that will be interesting, because I don’t like doing more than one night at one place.”
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