Ozzy Osbourne is making silver look rockin’!
On Monday (May 10), the legendary rocker posted a photo from a photoshoot with photographer Ross Halfin. The photo shows Osbourne in his signature black circular sunglasses with a blue background. His long brown hair has begun to gray by his roots. The Prince of Darkness was seen wearing a dark cloak with a matching cane.
This isn’t the first time that he has sported silver hair. He has previously been photographed with silver locks but dyed his hair back to a dark brown-black color. No matter his hair color, he’s still a legend.
See the snapshot, below.
Ozzy Osbourne on New Music
Although this past year has stopped musicians from touring, Ozzy Osbourne hasn’t slowed down. The former Black Sabbath lead singer is working on a new record with producer Andrew Watt. This new album will follow up his 2020 release, Ordinary Man.
“I’ve done 15 tracks,” Ozzy Osbourne told Metal Hammer per Louder Sound. “It’s kept me alive you know. These past two years I’ve been in a terrible f–king state between the accident [Osbourne fell in his home in 2019 and sustained a serious injury] and then the pandemic. It’s kept me sane – I’ve needed the music.’
His biggest concern for the time being is coming up with the finished product.
“I struggle a bit, but slowly but surely we’re getting there,” he added. “My only concern right now is finishing the bloody thing. We’ve got the same production time as the last time, so there’s definitely going to be some similarities. But you’ll just have to wait and see what you think.”
Firstly, this past year, Osbourne postponed his No More Tours 2 European run for the second time. The first rescheduled dates were set to take place in October 2020. However, with the pandemic and his sickness then injury, it was delayed a second time.
In 2019, Osbourne fell ill from the flu which progressed into pneumonia. He later fell at his home when he lost his balance in the bathroom. He ended up undergoing spinal surgery and two other major surgeries to repair his spine.
Finally, the second final tour rescheduling occurred after his major procedures. The European tour dates are now scheduled for January through February 2022.
Furthermore, Osbourne told the outlet that he misses his home country of the United Kingdom and plans to fly there as soon as he is able to.