Strictly Sabbath, led by look-alike Ozzy, Steve “Ozzy Zig” Grzybala, Paul Hole on guitar, Jenn "Lady Evil" Kilburn on bass and Dave Babyn on drums, will entertain the group with all of the 1970-1980 era hits from Black Sabbath. The group has the authentic sound, as verified by Tony Iommi's guitar maker, Lou Moritz, of St. Moritz Guitars. Upon seeing and hearing Strictly Sabbath's YouTube videos for Paranoid and War Pigs, Moritz exclaimed, "I know what I like, and I like what I am hearing.”
The “17 Southwest” is so named, because Strictly Sabbath has recently returned from their northern tour, “Snowblind 17”, travelling along Ontario’s Highway 17 in January. More legs of the 17 Tour are in the works.
Toronto's Strictly Sabbath, Black Sabbath tribute, are embarking on a spring tour starting March 31st, 2017 at The Dominion House in Windsor. Also on the bill that night are local Windsor bands Supermansion, and Black Vulcan.Tickets are $10 at the door. Doors 9pm.
April 1, Strictly Sabbath continues the tour, making an appearance at ST. Thomas’ The Back Alley. Band
support that night is 58 Fury. Tickets are $10 and doors open at 9pm.
On April 21st, in Kitchener, the tour continues with Strictly Sabbath playing a whole night of Black Sabbath featuring albums in their entirety, note for note, cut-for-cut. The theme for that night is Classic Albums. Catch them at The KW Boathouse. Tickets are $10 in advance, $12 at the door. Stop by for dinner, and then stay for the show.
Then on April 28, a little closer to their home town, it will be Black Sabbath and billiards as the band will be playing at Burlington’s Boston Manor. This club is known for being a first class billiards establishment and home of the Canadian Pool Players Association. $5 at the door, 9pm start.