OZZY OSBOURNE To Appear At Virginia's NORDSTROM Store This Friday

According to the Washington Post's Express, Ozzy Osbourne will make an appearance at Nordstrom's Tysons Corner Center store in McLean, Virginia on January 4 from 5 to 8 p.m. He will be promoting the "spooky-cool" T-shirts he apparently designed for Affliction's Red Label Premium line. Folks who buy one of the pieces get to meet the man himself in a setting far more subdued than the mosh pit at Ozzfest.

For directions to the store and more information, click here.

Ozzy and his wife Sharon will take to the stage at Earls Court in London on February 20 to host the Brit Awards 2008 (the British equivalent of the Grammy Awards), to be broadcast live on UK's ITV1. Ozzy is rumored to be performing at the event with his hero Sir Paul McCartney, although this has not yet been officially confirmed.


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