Ozzy Osbourne Reveals His Plans After Retirement

Metal legend Ozzy Osbourne has been asked regularly about his plans to retire due to his severe health difficulties, but the singer has consistently emphasized that he has no intention of doing so. In a recent conversation with Consequence, Osbourne stated that he does not want to retire any time soon since he still thinks he has work to do.

“I watched an interview on YouTube the other day,” recalled Ozzy. “One of the Beatles, and he was saying when the Beatles decided to stop touring, it was okay for a while, but then you do an album, and you miss that audience reaction. It’s kind of what happened with me. I did ‘Ordinary Man,’ and I went back in and did ‘Patient Number 9,’ and then you go, ‘What now?’”

Osbourne went on to say that he believes there are still plenty of options out there for him to pursue. He stated:

“And that’s what strives me to keep going and makes me want to carry on. ‘You’ve achieved everything. What are you still doing it for?’ Another question I often get asked is what’s my best album. And I always say, ‘Well, I haven’t made it yet.’”

The former Black Sabbath frontman made a surprise guest appearance at the Commonwealth Games closing ceremony in August 2022, marking his first performance in three years. Despite having his most recent album, “Patient Number 9,” released in September, the musician was unable to support it with a tour. His current goal is to build up enough strength to resume on the road.

Based on his remarks, Ozzy appears to have really missed performing live in front of an audience with whom he has a special bond. His eagerly anticipated comeback to the road, No More Tours 2, will finally debut in Europe in May 2023. As soon as possible, he wants to connect with his fans by releasing all-new original music.