Ozzy Osbourne studio guitarist and producer Andrew Watt tests positive for COVID-19 virus
Sad news for Andrew Watt as the guitarist / producer has tested positive for the dreaded COVID-19 Virus.
Watt played guitar on and was the main producer for Ozzy Osbourne‘s latest studio album Ordinary Man. Watt was also one of the founding members of the “supergroup” California Breed, which also featured lead vocalist / bassist Glenn Hughes (Deep Purple, Black Sabbath, Trapeze, Black Country Communion) and Jason Bonham (Bonham, Foreigner, Led Zeppelin, Black Country Communion, Sammy Hagar & The Circle). California Breed released their self-titled debut album back in May 2014.
The following message was posted on Watt‘s Instagram page seven days ago:
“Yesterday I was given the results that I am positive for COVID-19. I wanted to tell you all about my journey getting here in an effort to bring awareness to the severity of what’s happening in the world…
12 days ago, early morning of March 6th, I started to feel like I was hit by a bus. I couldn’t move out of my bed for days and started to run a fever. I was seen by a doctor at my house who told me I am positive for the regular flu and there’s no way I could have Covid-19 as I haven’t left the country and all I do is go to the studio and go straight home. I told all my friends I had been working with and anyone else close to me that I’m laid out with the flu and quarantined myself…none of them even had a sniffle …”
Sleaze Roxx wishes a speedy recovery to Andrew Watt.