Ozzy Osbourne was photographed walking with a cane, in his first outing since canceling his European tour dates and discussing, not having to travel far and wide, to perform.

In images captured by Fox News, the Black Sabbath frontman, 74, relied on the help of the stick as he walked from a parked vehicle to the entrance of a medical center in Los Angeles Wednesday.

He appeared to be in good spirits despite pulling the plug on all of his upcoming shows in the UK and Europe just hours before stepping out.

Although Osbourne stated his physical issues were limiting his ability to tour, he stated, his “singing voice is fine.”

The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer was discharged from a Los Angeles hospital last June after undergoing what his wife Sharon Osbourne, 70, described as “a major operation” that would “determine the rest of his life.”

The surgery involved removing and realigning pins in his neck and back.

Along with Parkinson’s and a battle with COVID-19, the musician has also been dealing with the aftermath of a 2003 quad-biking accident.

additional source: NY Post

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  • robert davenport on

    It’s time for ozzy to call it a day he can’t tour in that condition he’s a legend he doesn’t need the cash . Just enjoy your life ozzy –

  • Taskerofpuppets on

    You Raaannnngggg??!!!!

  • Charles Clinchot on

    He owes us nothing. First saw him on the “No Rest For The Wicked” tour with Rob Zombie, towards the end of 2001 and at Ozzfest 2002.
    I’ll have those memories and I’m fine with that, just enjoy the rest of your life you earned it

    • Dana on

      Hi Charles,

      I think you must be mistaken, No Rest For The Wicked came out in 1988, there is no way you saw that tour in 2001. As a matter of fact, I saw Ozzy on his No More Tears tour, which was dubbed the No More Beers tour and that was in ’91 or ’92?

    • Rattlehead on

      I saw Ozzy four times….once with Randy Rhoads, once with Brad Gillis, and twice with Jake E Lee.

    • Dana on


      Every time you mention that you saw Rhoads, my envy meter always spikes. 😉

    • Doug R. on

      I remember it being called the “Theatre Of Madness Tour,” and then the “No More Tours Tour,” whatever it was that was the last time I seen Ozzy (along with Sepultura and Alice In Chains) but after seeing him in this photo, I agree, even a Vegas residency wouldn’t be a good idea, it’s time to retire from the “Road To Nowhere.”

  • Charles Clinchot on

    Sorry my typing is crap.

    I first saw him on the “No Rest For The Wicked Tour.”

    My next concert was the “Merry Mayhem Tour,” in 2001 then “Ozzfest” in 2002.

    I think when I first saw him Gezzer Butler was playing bass, so I guess I saw half of Black Sabbath. That was my favorite Ozzy concert. first time seeing Zack, Geezer on bass, and Anthrax opening.

    • Dana on

      I wad fortunate enough to see Black Sabbath on their reunion tour in ’99. Even though I cannot remember much, I am so thankful I went, because I got to see all four original members, and I really like Bill Ward, a lot.

      Unfortunately, for me, Pantera opened. I really did not want to see them, but one of the people I attended with, did. So, I had to see through their set, and even the person who wanted to see them, admitted they were bad.

      No offense to anyone who likes the band, but I just never got into them, nor liked them.

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