Fans will be able to select an Ozzy tattoo and hear the new ‘Ordinary Man’ album in its entity on Feb. 20 and Osbourne will sign albums for fans on Feb. 21 at Amoeba Records.
Ozzy Osbourne — who recently had to cancel his North American tour to undergo treatment for his shocking Parkinson’s disease diagnosis — has released a new song titled “It’s a Raid” featuring Post Malone.
On Feb. 20, the eve of the album release, tattoo shops in 50 cities around the world will be playing the album, “Ordinary Man,” in its entirety in advance of the release. Fans wanting to get tattoos during the event will be the first to select from a collection of exclusive Ozzy-inspired designs. The Los Angeles tattoo shop will be famed tattoo artist Mark Mahoney’s Shamrock Social Club, located at 9026 Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood.
Ozzy is that you?
— Ozzy Osbourne (@OzzyOsbourne) February 20, 2020
To make a reservation for a permanent body ink, visit tattoo.ozzy.com.
The singer – who’s endured his own health issues recently – recalled that when Iommi was “diagnosed with cancer, he just dealt with it. That’s him. I’m [in tears], and he’s like, ‘Whatever I have to do.’ He’s like that. He’s always been like that. Very calm. … He was the band, really. We were all part of the band, but he was the more irreplaceable one.”
Osbourne went on to suggest that his reaction to Iommi may have played a part in his own stage performance. “People will say to me, ‘Why did you always sing on the side of the stage?’” he said. “I don’t fucking know … it’s just fear, I suppose. ‘Cause Tony, he’s one of the few people who could walk into this room right now and I would fucking feel intimidated. He intimidates the fuck out of me – and he knows it.”
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Ozzy Osbourne walked the red carpet at the 2020 Grammys, days after revealing to the world that he’s battling Parkinson’s.
The rock icon, 71, was accompanied by his 35-year-old daughter, Kelly Osbourne. He is presenting at Sunday night’s ceremony.
Ozzy looked to be in good spirits, strolling the carpet in an all-black outfit, accessorized with a gold-handled cane and his standard crucifix necklace. Kelly coordinated her look with her dad’s, with her bright purple hair popping out from beneath a wide-brimmed hat.
Ozzy picked up a lifetime achievement award last year at the 2019 Grammys.