ANDREW W.K.: SHARON OSBOURNE Is "Monolith Of Strength"

ANDREW W.K. recently commented on what it has been like on Ozzfest this year knowing that the tour's mastermind, Sharon Osbourne, is battling cancer.

"Well I know everybody was freaked out about that. It was... I'm blown away by... She was running this thing from the hospital at times. I think everybody's really pulled together and maybe stepped up their efforts to compensate for the fact that our leader is not here, but Sharon all the best, and I hope that you continue to recover and get stronger than ever before."

He added, "She is the monolith of strength that is driving this whole thing and holding it together when it starts to fall apart. She is the person who designed, executes, manipulates, fuses together all these elements that you never think in a million years would be able to fly. But somehow or another her genius is able to make something so chaotic come together and smoothly operate. Even when she's not here."

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