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Jerrett Zoch and the O.S.R. Band / Bio

Booking Information:
Phone: (903) 390-0953
E-mail: osr_band@yahoo.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/theOSRB

OSR is a Texas Country band based around Huntsville, Texas. OSR's style of music is greatly influenced from a variety of music genres including Texas Country, Red Dirt Country, Nashville Country, Blues, and Rock. OSR (formerly known as East Texas Sky) was formed by Jerrett Zoch of Centerville, Tx, Daniel Huggins of Centerville, Tx, and Berny Herrera of Jewett, Tx, in May 2010. Since then OSR has been rocking a variety of bars, clubs, public events, and other venues with their blend of their original music and some of their favorite cover songs. Some original songs written by the band have quickly become fan favorites including “Pleasure”, “Stay”, “Your Fool”, "Red Roses", "Kings and Queens", "Fireflies", and “Never Grow Old”. Described as “truly a group of talented musicians” by David Parker of the Leon County Today. The original members of the band are still rocking hard with Jerrett Zoch on the acoustic guitar/vocals, Daniel Huggins on the lead guitar/backup vocals, and Berny Herrera on the drums. With the addition of bass guitarist Logan Mehringer of Teague, Tx, in the summer of 2011, OSR has become a four man band. They love playing and performing music and it really shows! David Parker continued his article by saying “These young guys put on a great show and really pleased the crowd with their style. I enjoyed the smoothness of their playing, and vocals…..I am sure we will be seeing and hearing a lot more of [OSR] in the near future.”

General Info

Band Members
Jerrett Zoch - Vocals/Acoustic, Daniel Huggins - Lead Guitar/Harmonies, Berny Herrera - Drums, Logan Mehringer - Bass Guitar
Artist Name
Jerrett Zoch and the O.S.R. Band
Home Page
http://www.reverbnation.com/osrband
Active Since
01/10
Genres
Country / Texas Country

Contact Info

Location
Huntsville, TX
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