Ozzy Osbourne Sets Replacement Dates for Axed Concerts
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Additionally, the former Black Sabbath star has struck new agreement with former songwriting partner and bassist Bob Daisley, ending their long-running legal battle.

AceShowbiz - Ozzy Osbourne has rescheduled the shows he was forced to axe after undergoing hand surgery this month.

The rocker scrapped four concerts on his "No More Tours 2" trek after he was hospitalised with a hang nail that sparked a major infection.

The gigs, in California and Las Vegas, will now be staged place in July, 2019.

Meanwhile, there's more good news for ailing Ozzy - he appears to have ended his long-running feud with former songwriting partner and bassist Bob Daisley.

A royalties lawsuit filed against the former Black Sabbath star by Daisley was dismissed last year after the bass player claimed he was owed over $2 million (GBP1.5 million) in unpaid royalties for his work on the rocker's albums "Blizzard Of Ozz" and "Diary Of A Madman".

Ozzy's representatives responded to the lawsuit, insisting the legal action brought by Daisley had failed and that multiple audits of Blizzard Music Limited had resulted in no discoveries of non-payment, and now, Ozzy and his manager wife Sharon Osbourne have announced that Daisley has re-signed his U.S. publishing to their Blizzard Music Limited company.

A spokeswoman for the Osbournes says, "The new agreement encompasses songs co-written by Daisley from the first two Ozzy Osbourne solo albums, 'Blizzard of Ozz' and 'Diary of a Madman', which will now remain under the full control of Blizzard Music Limited worldwide."

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