Ozzy Osbourne Signing!
Amoeba Hollywood - February 21st @ 5:00pm
Ozzy visits Amoeba Hollywood to celebrate his new album, Ordinary Man, with an in-store signing Friday, February 21st at 5pm. Meet Ozzy, get his new album signed, and take home a limited edition poster made specially for this event!
- Purchase Ordinary Man (available on CD, LP or picture disc) in-store at Amoeba Hollywood on February 21st.
- ONE signing ticket per person. Limit 2 copies of Ordinary Man per person for signing.
- No additional items will be signed at this event.
- No photos with artist will be possible. Signing only.
- Limited-edition event poster will be given to fans as they exit the signing event.
- Signing space is limited - line to purchase will form on Sunset Blvd. on February 21st before store opens at 10:30am.
"There's a line in 'Ordinary Man' where I sing, 'I don't want to die an ordinary man,' which I don't think I will," OZZY says with a laugh.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee and Grammy(r)-winning singer and songwriter OZZY OSBOURNE has set Friday, February 21 as the release date for his new ORDINARY MAN album. Marking his first new solo music in almost 10 years, the album has been preceded by the release of two singles, the #1 rock track "Under The Graveyard," which was followed by "Straight To Hell" featuring Guns N' Roses guitarist Slash .
"It was a lot of fun to do though it's a lot different from my other albums," OZZY says of the album. "We recorded it quickly, which I haven't done since the first Black Sabbath album. This made it a different process, which I actually enjoyed."
Recorded in Los Angeles, the album features producer Andrew Watt on guitars, Duff McKagan (Guns N' Roses) on bass and Chad Smith (Red Hot Chili Peppers) on drums. Beyond the core band, ORDINARY MAN, features a who's-who of OZZY friends and collaborators including Elton John, Post Malone, and Tom Morello.
"It all just came together," OZZY explains of the guest stars. "Slash is a dear friend of mine, as is Elton. When I was writing 'Ordinary Man,' it reminded me of an old Elton song and I said to Sharon, 'I wonder if he would sing on it?' We asked and lo and behold, he agreed and sings and play piano on the song."