Ozzy Osbourne has said in a new interview with Radio.com that his 2020 tour dates have been "postponed" and not canceled while he seeks out treatment for his Parkinson's disease and related issues.
Ozzy explained, "I cannot go on the road until I'm 100 percent confident that I can pull it off. 'Cause if I go out now and I can't carry on, people are gonna think that I've lost the plot. So I'm not gonna go out there until I can give them the show that I wanna give them, 'cause it's not fair to them."
After scrapping his tour plans for 2019 while he recovered from spinal surgery and pneumonia, Ozzy had begun rescheduling the dates for his "No More Tours 2" run this year in support of his new album, Ordinary Man.
But the recent revelation that he has Parkin 2, a form of Parkinson's disease, and is heading to Switzerland for extended treatment, has led the legendary metal icon to put his live activities on hold again.
Ordinary Man comes out this Friday (February 21st) and is Ozzy's first solo album in 10 years.