Ozzy Osbourne to Release New Album in September, Confirms Wife Sharon
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In April, the 'Paranoid' hitmaker took to his social media platform to tease that he had finished the record, noting that he is 'so happy' to share the news.

AceShowbiz - Ozzy Osbourne will release the follow-up to his 2020 album "Ordinary Man" this year. According to his wife Sharon Osbourne, the rocker is scheduled to launch his new music in September.

The "Paranoid" hitmaker's wife Sharon has told fans they can expect to hear it in just a few months time. Speaking on "The Graham Norton Radio Show", Sharon said, "He's good. He's really, really good. He's finished another album which is coming out in September. And there we are."

"He's busy in the studio. He still does all his writing and singing, and it keeps him really happy," Sharon continued. She further said of her husband, "He'll never stop singing and writing."

Sharon went on to share that she and her husband have built "a big studio here [at the house in the U.K.], so he can do it all at home." She went on to add, "And he can't wait to come back, to be honest with you."

Ozzy teased he'd finished the record last month. The "Crazy Train" crooner wrote on Instagram, "I'm so happy to let everyone know that I finished my new album this week and delivered it to my label @EpicRecords. I'll be sharing all the information about the album and its' upcoming release with you in the next weeks."

However, according to financial documents from Sony, the record had initially been planned to be released at the end of April.

Last December, producer and guitarist Andrew Watt revealed that they were half way through the new album, which is tipped to feature Guns N' Roses' Duff McKagan, musician Eric Clapton, Pearl Jam's Mike McCready, the late Taylor Hawkins and Chad Smith from the Red Hot Chili Peppers.

Along with his music, Ozzy has teamed up with Bono, Bruce Springsteen and Elton John for Global Citizens "Stand Up for Ukraine" campaign to "amplify the call" to help the unfolding humanitarian crisis. Ozzy wrote, "We're standing up for Ukraine. We're asking everyone who sees this to amplify this call, post yourself, share a video from an activist, or share this video, so that our world leaders know we need the world to stand up for Ukraine and support refugees."

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