Ozz is a celebration and tribute to the music of Ozzy Osbourne. Formed in 2010 Ozz features the best Ozzy front man outside of the Ozzman himself, Iggy Igbourne. Don’t take our word for it, come and see for yourself. Iggy is nothing less than amazing on the stage. There are a lot of Ozzy tributes out there. Some look like him and some try to sound like him. But Iggy has the looks, the mannerisms and sounds like Ozzy on his records. You will be amazed.
Ozzy’s guitar players were just as legendary as the Ozzman himself. The lineup is rounded off with the addition of Todd D. Bishop on guitar. Covering the licks of guitar legends Randy Rhoads, Jake E. Lee, Zakk Wylde and Toni Iommi you’ll be blown away by Todd’s tribute to these guitar legends and to their famous and iconic guitars.
The rhythm section is covered by the heavy hitting and manic speed of Sandy on drums, the aggression and stage antics of Whiplash on bass and “The Secret Weapon” Adam Rawlings completing the lineup on keyboards and backing vocals.
5 guys with a deep passion for all that is Ozzy and his great history of music.
Ozz has headlined the House of Blues Houston, The Aztec Theater, Warehouse Live, The Scout Bar, Fitzgeralds and countless other venues to sold out crowds. Been featured in The Houston Press and mentioned in the top 10 tribute bands in Houston, won the Maxima Distorzion People's Choice Awards for Best Tribute Band in Texas, Best Tribute Singer in Texas, Best Tribute Guitar Player in Texas, Best Hard Rock Guitar Player in Texas, Best Tribute Drummer in Texas and Best Rock Keyboard Player in Texas.
Iggy Igbourne (Iggy Reyna)- Vocals
Todd B. (Todd D. Bishop) - Guitars
SKot "Whiplash" Daisley - Bass
Sandy Castillio (Paul Sandefur)- Drums
Adam Rawlings- Keyboards and backing vocals
The Houston Press
"Outside the Loop, Tribute Bands Rule the Roost"
By Sean McManus Tue., Jan. 27 2015
"One night I caught Houston locals OZZ -- a tribute to Ozzy Osbourne -- opening up for a touring Metallica tribute act, and they were nothing short of mesmerizing. They blew the headliners off the stage. They were so versatile, moving seamlessly from one era to the next without missing a beat. The singer, Iggy, looks and sings like and has the mannerisms of Ozzy."
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