Photo by Kate Houst
The history of UZZA is essentially the history of vocalist Tabatha Predovich and guitarist/keyboardist Rich Patterson who have been writing and performing together since meeting in Detroit back in 2001. At that time they fronted a band called Radium – which dissolved upon moving to Minneapolis in late 2004. Soon afterwards they started working on various musical projects before starting a new band called UZZA in early 2009. Since then, the band has played scores of shows all over the Twin Cities, entertaining crowds with an eclectic musical mixture of Brit-pop and post-punk influences. In January of 2012, UZZA released their inaugural effort: “Samsara” – a 10 song album of original music that showcases their songwriting prowess and deft musicianship. In May 0f 2014, UZZA finished their follow-up album, "Maya" – another 10 song collection that is decidedly more accomplished. A release show is in the works. Visit the News section for updates.