Osb

Osb

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Osb is a band fueled by live performance. Their shows exhibit Raw energy and melody by fusing rock, blues, jam and groove maintaining a catchy pop sound. Opener for Gavin DeGraw, Lynyrd Skynyrd,.38 Special,Wishbone Ash, Performed for the troops Iraq July 4th 2006, New Found Glory, Amercian Hi-Fi

Biography

International Touring Artist Osb out of Worcester Ma. They performed for the Troops in Iraq and Kuwait during the July 4th week 2006 as the headliner. Osb just released their Sophomore cd, “Transitions” Feb. 2007.

Osb has opened for many National acts such as Gavin DeGraw, Lynyrd Skynyrd and .38 Special at the DCU center, Marshall Tucker, New Found Glory, American Hi-Fi, Cartel, Pat McGee, The Samples, Wishbone Ash, Brothers Past, Micheal Tolcher, Ingram Hill, Oak Ridge Boys, The Pushstars, Red Wanting Blue, Dickey Betts and many others.

They won Best band, Best Album of the year and Best Male Vocalist by Pulse Magazine 2006. OSb was voted Best Pop Rock band in Worcester magazine and just received an award for the band to succeed in 2006 by Pulse magazine. Best Live act Worcester Magazine 2007. Live performances on the Fox morning show 2005, 2006 and 2007.

They have been selling out shows in Worcester for the past 2 years and have been headlining in Boston at Harper's Ferry, Foxwoods Resort & Casino Atrium, Hard Rock café at Foxwoods casino, Lincoln Park RI, Senor Frog, Bill’s Bar, The Attic, Iron Horse music hall, The Brickhouse, Muddy River Smoke House. New York at the Tribecca and The Knitting factory. The Ultimate college band headlining at Clemson University, WPI, Bentley, Providence and many others. They have played at many music festivals including: Rock and Awe festival, Camp Jeep festival, New England Summer Nationals, Pulse Magazine Music festival and Sirius radio performances.

They are currently getting air play on over 80 radio stations throughout the USA.

Here is the bands websites for your purusal: www.myspace.com/osb or www.osbband.com

Lyrics

Mirick

Written By: Brendan Mahoney

Should’ve been told before I met you
Should’ve been called before, the things you do to me
And I say darling open up your ears now
‘Cuz there’s one thing I got left to tell you, Don’t let the distance separate us
Don’t let it forget all the things I do to you
And I say darling open up your ears now
‘Cuz there’s something I just got to tell you
And the leaves are falling early in September
Oh it gets cold outside wish it wasn’t true
Wonder if its raining in Boston
‘Cuz its raining in the ‘cuse
raining in the ‘cuse
Should’ve been told before I met you
I should’ve been called before,
Before I got consumed by your feeling
Given little information and there something I just got to tell you And the leaves are falling early in September
Oh it gets cold outside wish it wasn’t true
Wonder if its raining in Boston
‘Cuz its raining in the ‘cuse
raining in the ‘cuse
raining in the 'cuse

Thick And Thin

Written By: Brendan Mahoney

Me…like to try and lay it all out on the line
Me…can’t stop wondering why
It may be something that I know
making it easier just to bottle it up inside
But its better that its somewhere
than right out in the open for someone else to hide
You… like to know what the weather is doing outside
You… don’t pertain when your always stuck up inside
I try to make some sense of it all
For you and me its easier just to take it all in stride
Another night of listening to the music
Just ties it all together and for me that’s fine And I feel I’m coming off to save the moment
But I feel I’m coming off just spread to thin
And I feel I’m coming off to save the moment
But who will it be with me through the thick and thin

Discography

Debut Album- "The Grey Area"
Sophomore Album "Transitions"

Set List

OSB Song's
Catch Me
Follow
Still
Distracted
Only Time
Mirick
Irish Song
It's alright
Saturday
23 Years
Whisper
Thick and Thin
Wastin'
Sister
Untitled
Fly
Watch the World Go By
Whiskey
Spent
So Wrong
Risk It
Three Quarters
Madman
Reelin
Relax Tonight
Covers:
Diamonds on the soles of her shoes- Paul Simon
Superstition- Stevie Wonder
Midnight Rider- The Allman Brothers Band
Must of got lost- J. Geils Band