Ozzy Osbourne is making a big comeback to the stage, kicking off the new NFL season with a performance.
The SoFi stadium in Los Angeles will be packed with Los Angeles Rams and Buffalo Bills fans, as well as those eager to see the rockstar after a long hiatus.
Following a string of consecutive health scares and recovery periods, the Osbourne family is returning to the United Kingdom and permanently leaving the United States.
According to Rolling Stone, the Black Sabbath vocalist plans a stadium comeback for the halftime show at the Rams vs. Bills game on September 8.
Ozzy Osbourne’s NFL performance will kick off the 2022 NFL season at the 70,000-capacity SoFi Stadium.
The show and Ozzy Osbourne’s NFL performance will be broadcast on NBC and Peacock.
The set list for Ozzy Osbourne’s NFL performance has not yet been revealed, but songs from his upcoming new album, which will be released on September 9, hours after his performance, may be performed on the halftime show.
“Patient Number 9” features an all-star cast of musicians. Jeff Beck, Pearl Jam’s Mike McCready, Red Hot Chili Peppers Chad Smith, Tony Iommi, and late Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins are among them.
Following his health scares, Ozzy has performed in front of a live audience several times this year.
Last month, he surprised everyone in Birmingham, England, for the Commonwealth Games. Reuniting onstage with Tony Iommi, the duo performed “Paranoid,” their 1970 hit song, with touring musicians Adam Wakeman and Tommy Clufetos.
The Osbourne family announced last week that they were leaving the United States to relocate to the United Kingdom, citing the country’s rampant gun violence.
Ozzy has recently recovered from a difficult major surgery and a COVID-19 infection. However, after “comfortably recovering,” Ozzy has already returned to the stage with the Birmingham reunion show.
He and his wife Sharon Osbourne even took a quick getaway vacation to celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary recently, indicating that the singer is back on track.
However, the resumption of the Black Sabbath tour has yet to be announced following its cancellation due to Osbourne’s health issues.