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Sharon says Ozzy’s new album will be released on January 2020

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Sharon says Ozzy’s new album will be released on January 2020

Ozzy Osbourne’s next album will be released in January 2020. This is what his wife Sharon Osbourne said on Monday, October 28.


In an interview at The Jess Cagle Show, Sharon was asked about Ozzy’s recovery, and gave the fans great news: “He’s getting there. He’s had a very, very bad accident this year, but he’s getting there. He’s over to finish an album, and the album will be released in January. And he’s doing well. He’s very excited about the duet he did with Post and also with Travis Scott.

Watch Sharon Osbourne interview below:

Zakk Wylde is not on the new album

During an appearance on The Cassius Morris Show, Zakk Wylde was asked whether he contributed to Ozzy Osbourne‘s new album, which was recently finished in just four weeks.

The legendary Ozzy Osbourne guitarist said:

“No, no – we didn’t do anything on that. Ozz, he just jammed with some friends that he knows. He was just, like, ‘Hey, Zakk, I ended up tracking some of the stuff,’ or whatever, and I was, like, ‘Oh, great, Ozz.’

“That Post Malone thing [Ozzy’s guest appearance on Post Malone’s song ‘Take What You Want’] I heard was awesome. Post came down to a Black Label show about maybe – I don’t know – almost half a year ago or something like that, before the Ozzy thing.

2020 tour dates postponed

Ozzy Osbourne again postponed his European tour in 2020. All 2019 dates had already been delayed for him to recover from pneumonia. Then Ozzy suffered a fall at home, which aggravated the injuries he sustained in 2003 in an ATV crash.

A post made by Live Nation Sweden’s social media suggests that the European dates will now take place “in the first half of 2021.”

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