What's in the works? -- Bill Clinton, Ozzy Osbourne, and Prince made headlines the week of April 15, 1994

By EW Staff
Updated April 15, 1994 at 04:00 AM EDT

Horning In: If Czech radio works out the licensing, U.S. citizens may get to hear President/saxophonist Bill Clinton‘s debut album, on which he plays such faves as ”My Funny Valentine” and ”Summertime.” The 18-min- ute improvised gig was recorded in a Prague club in January at a party thrown by Czech president Vaclav Havel.

Seeking: For his 1995 tour, metalhead Ozzy Osbourne is looking for musicians to replace the band that backed him on 1991’s No More Tears and his upcoming Christmas release X.RAY, on which speed-guitarist Steve Vai also sits in. Applicants should submit demo and photo by April 30.

Publishing: Following the Beastie Boys’ lead, Prince is putting out a fanzine dedicated to himself (and labelmates). Entitled NPG (for New Power Generation-his label’s new name), it debuts in May.