This will be a LIVE radio interview with members of Oz Knozz. In addition, the station will be playing material from the Oz Knozz repertoire.
Visit Houston's scariest Haunted House complex! This venue is complete with an outdoor stage for Live Entertainment!
This is American Band Management's 40th Anniversary Reunion and Concert! The first band will kick things off at 2:00PM, Oz Knozz is scheduled to take the stage at 10:50PM.
This is an Evening with Oz Knozz, the band will be playing TWO SHOWS, starting at approximately 9:00 PM. The boys will be performing material from all three of their albums, including their 1975 debut LP, "RUFF MIX, the 2008 Radio Indy Award-Winning CD, "10,000 DAYS & NIGHTS", and their newest, Grammy Award-Nominated CD, "TRUE BELIEVER". Don't miss this show!!!
This is the Second Annual Cardi's Reunion Concert, there will be many bands on the bill. Oz Knozz is scheduled to take the stage at 11:00PM
Drums, Percussion, Vocals
Sounds Like: Survivor, Kansas, Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Foreigner, Styx
Label: Prog Rock Records/The Record Label
Manager: John Blomstrom, American Bands Management
Bio: Oz Knozz (pronounced oz ka-nozz') has been around for many years, since 1969 in fact! The band has toured and opened shows for the likes of Supertramp, Kansas, Peter Frampton, Point Blank, and Judas Priest, to name but a few. In addition, Oz Knozz has headlined many of their own shows, touring al...See Full Bio
"With the 2011 release of their album True Believer, they were ready to bring off some of the classic style rock back to their fans. The entire album is an eclectic mix of soulful songs and upbeat 80's style synth with strong vocals. Milton DeCoronado takes his vocal range to the limits in songs like "Empty Room". The heavy guitar riffs in "Fox Paws" demonstrate the talent of Robert Guinea and keyboards by Duane Massey throughout the album point to the origin of the music. Bill Massey on bass and Marty Naul on drums adds a depth and control to each track. There is much cow bell to be had in "Visitor" and the unique percussion adds a quirky side to the already varied album. The vocal style changes in "What The...?" for a more Southern Blues sound. I feel as though a story is being told by these musicians. I am also reminded of legends such as Stryper, Kansas and Bad Religion as I listen to this album. If you enjoy bands like these, you should definitely pick up Oz Knozz "True Believer".