OZZY OSBOURNE Schedules 'Meet-And-Greet' In New York City

March 10, 2005

Ozzy Osbourne will be stopping by Tower Records Village in New York City on Tuesday, March 22, the day of the release of his "Prince of Darkness" box set. Tower Village is located at 692 Broadway, New York, NY 10012. Phone: (212) 505-1500. This will be a meet-and-greet with the fans. Ozzy will not be signing any items, but you will be able to get a picture with the "madman."

NOTE: Contrary to Internet reports, Ozzy will NOT be appearing in Times Square on March 22 (Tower does not have a Times Square location).

As previously reported, Ozzy Osbourne has lined up the following appearances to promote the "Prince of Darkness" box set:

March 11 - "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" (w/ Sharon)
March 21 – "The Howard Stern Show" (radio)
March 21 - CNN's "Showbiz Today"
March 21 - "Rockline" (radio show)
March 22 - "Late Night with Conan O'Brien"
March 23 – "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart"

The "Prince of Darkness" four-CD box set is scheduled for release on March 22. The first two discs in the set will encompass re-mastered versions of Ozzy's most popular solo smash hits. The third disc (which is entitled "Oddities and Duets") is comprised of some of Ozzy's most unusual collaborations. And the special fourth disc (called "Under Covers") is comprised of newly recorded covers as only Ozzy can deliver.

The "Prince of Darkness" box set will be packaged in a weathered, collectable gothic book with new images of Ozzy taken by famed British photographer/artist Sam Taylor Wood. It will be come with a 60-page booklet that contains a complete career overview and rare Ozzy photos.

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