OZZY OSBOURNE Is Concerned About His Vocal Cords For OZZFEST

Ozzy Osbourne is reportedly worried that his voice wont be good and lively enough for live performances on this summer's Ozzfest tour after spending months in a neck brace following a quad bike accident last December.

Ozzy is said to have been exercising regularly to get back in shape for the concerts and is also singing along to his old live albums to live up to the expectation of fans.

"I'm going to sing along to that and see if there's any difference. I like to give myself a challenge, and my challenge for this year is to get fit enough to do the Ozzfest tour," Rate The Music quoted Ozzy as saying.

"I'm kind of frightened, because you never really know until you get up there. I've got steel rods and all kinds of shit in my body now," he added.


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