Ozzy Osbourne Suffered Accident During Surgery

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Ozzy Osbourne revealed his surgeon messed up his surgery in a new interview.

“It’s a slow recovery,” he says speaking with Consequence. “The surgery [I had earlier this year] in my spine, my neck, the first surgeon who did it, he fucked it all up, and I had to have other surgeries to put things back again as normal as possible. And when they go into your spine, they cut nerves, so it’s taken a while for the nerves to react to anything.

“I am getting there. It’s a very slow recovery. I’m not good at being sick anyway, and it’s too fucking slow for me. I’ve never been this laid up in my life.”

Ozzy recently made a special announcement before Halloween. Just in time for Halloween, Omaze has teamed up with Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee and Grammy®-winning singer and songwriter, Ozzy Osbourne and SpeedKore Performance Group™ to give away a custom Dodge Demon® to one lucky customer, while supporting Save The Music Foundation. Now through December 23, participants can donate to support Save The Music Foundation and enter for the chance to win this coveted one-of-one custom Dodge Demon upgraded by the experts at SpeedKore, the team behind a number of famous movie franchise supercars.

Ozzy Osbourne (Patient Number 9, NFL 2022 Opening Game Halftime Show) gives away a Dodge Demon® and stirs up a crazy train of emotions in his actual pet demon, who invented the whole “bites bats heads off” thing. For your chance to win a Dodge Demon, enter HERE: https://bit.ly/You-Win-This-Demon.

Every donation supports Save The Music Foundation through grants from Charities Aid Foundation America.
Ozzy Osbourne (Patient Number 9, NFL 2022 Opening Game Halftime Show) gives away a Dodge Demon® and stirs up a crazy train of emotions in his actual pet demon, who invented the whole “bites bats heads off” thing. Every donation supports Save The Music Foundation through grants from Charities Aid Foundation America.
Today, Ozzy Osbourne unveiled a video in support of the sweepstakes. In the promo, when Ozzy sets out to give away a Dodge Demon to support a great cause, he soon discovers that the tagline, “Win A Demon” might not sit well with everyone…including his 7,000 year old pet demon. This sweepstakes comes on the heels of Ozzy’s critically acclaimed #1 album PATIENT NUMBER 9.

“Having worked with so many great players over the years, I hope we can raise some money to support Save The Music’s mission to encourage the next generation of musicians,” Ozzy said.

Earlier this month, Save The Music Foundation celebrated its 25th anniversary with the unveiling of a brand refresh reflecting its forward-looking approach to music education. Since 1997, the nonprofit has helped over 2,500 schools across the country develop music programs and donated nearly $70m worth of instruments and technology. This year has been STM’s most impactful yet, as the organization delivered grants to 166 schools with a total enrollment of 82,187 students—achievements in line with STM’s long standing history of impact.

“We are on a mission to dream the world better, which means we look for ways to support the passions of many, which is something that Save The Music does very well,” said Matt Pohlson, co-founder & CEO, Omaze. “We are excited to partner with Ozzy and SpeedKore to give away this one-of-a-kind car to benefit Save The Music.”

“For 25 years, Save The Music has focused on investing in young creators in the culturally rich communities behind the pop music that dominates today’s industry,” said Henry Donahue, STM’s Executive Director. “Through the support of Omaze and Ozzy, we are able to take our work to the next level, reach more students, and share the power of making music.”