My name is Miss Izzy Cox.
I am a one-woman band.
and operate my own independent record label,
Deadart Records which has been in business since 1995.
Have been on many music compilations Internationally for record companys known as Devil's Ruin, Farmageddon, Hillgrass Bluebilly, Los Angeles music mag compilations, Zoobone, Mossman, Cafe Milere etc...
Currently reside in Austin, Texas.
I Write & perform a unique blend of rockabilly, mixed with a
healthy dose of outlaw country, topped with with a southern
gothic punk Jazz feel.
Can Perform shows up to 3 hours.
I Play a kick drum, guitar, and sing.
been a supporting act for many diverse acts-
known bands such as 3 Bad Jacks, Flametrick Subs,Billy Joe Shaffer,Goddamn Gallows,Pentagram, Jack White, Soda,Shooter Jennings,Danny B harvey, Johnathan Richmond,Wanda Jackson, Charlie Louvin, The Blasters, Exene Cervenka, The Goddam Gallows, Rev. Payton's Damn Band, Wayne Hancock, Rosie Flores etc...
tour internationally, and usually 8 months per year.
currently getting airplay on Sirius Radio's Outlaw country, as well as
many college radio stations and Podcasts Internationally.
currently ranked number 6 on ReverbNation.
I have Toured 43 states of the U.S.A
I have toured 12 provinces of Canada.
I have toured 5 provinces in Australia.
I have toured 7 towns in England.
I look forward to communicating with you.
Miss Izzy Cox
Izzy Cox ........is an anarchist crooner
she has coined the style Voodoobilly
Jazz as her own;
Influenced by old movie soundtracks,
Old time bar room blues and country singers.
Her lyrics are like diary entries..
Stories of serial killers, buckaroo cowboys,
snake handlers and sports of nature .
She had a unusual childhood, for the
formative years of her life she would
live part of her years in rural Texas, and
then in French-Canadian Montreal.
Throughout her moving around she was
part of a religious organization where
she played in marching bands.
At the age of twelve she was bit by
the traveling bug. She lived and worked
at horse racing tracks, traveled with circuses
and took part in many early punk rock mosh pits..
All by the age of sixteen..
At sixteen she released her
first two-track analog recordings,
while she was locked up in
various juvenile delinquent
And she has never turned back..
'Til she was 27 years she was involved with a
leading and progressive musical movement
in Montreal putting out 10 records and
playing 4-6 night a week... and her peers consisted of ..Godspeed! you black..,
Rufus and Martha Wainwright,
The Dears, The unicorns, the stars,
ashtray hearts ..basically the top 20
of independent music today..
After a 15 year career in the East Coast
She caught a Greyhound to Hollywood,
At a backyard vegan barbeque hootenanny in
Silverlake, she met guitar player Billy Pitman, who, up to
that time had played with pretty much everybody he could
want to (Jimmie Vaughan, Hubert Sumlin, Janis
Martin, Gatemouth Brown, LouAnn Barton, Billy Gibbons,
Brian from KIX, Rev. Horton Heat, Eric Clapton,
and the list goes on), except for Izzy after
seeing her solo set.
She has played support for and counts among her peers
the Flametrick Subs, the Goddam Gallows, Viva La Vox, Honky
Hillbilly Casino, Pocky Lafarge, Ghostwriter, One-Eyed-Doll,
Charlie Louvin, Wanda Jackson , Hank 3, Jack White, Bob Wayne, Southern Culture on the Skids,Wayne Hancock, Jr. Brown, Candye Kane,Big Sandy and his Fly-Rite boys, Devil Doll,
Soda and his Million Piece Band,The Jim Rose Circus,
and counts among her fans Todd the Surfer,
Quentin Tarantino, Gene Autry and
Rick Rubin, who apparently dug her
stripped-down sound from live
appearances heard on college radio stations.
She has dedicated her life to touring, playing music, and
writing songs about her experiences.
She currently resides in Austin ,Texas.