Cozy Powell
December 29, 1947 - April 5, 1998




Cozy Powell
Cozy Powell is one of the most profilic drummers in the business. His CV runs like a Who's Who of rock, with stints as a fully paid up member of Black Sabbath, Rainbow, Whitesnake, M.S.G. and the ELP spin-off Emerson, Lake, & Powell. Then there are those legendary guest appearances - with everyone from Donovan to Roger Daltrey, Jack Bruce to Jeff Beck and Gary Moore to Brian May.

His career not only spans three decades, it's also one of the most diverse in rock. In the 1960's, Cozy was a member of the Ace Kefford Stand; in the 70's he was a session drummer for Mickie Most's RAK label, which made Cozy a household name with the Dance With the Devil single; and in 1991, he turned up on Comic Relief's No 1 single, "The Stonk", with comedians Hale & Pace!

Since then Cozy joined Brian May on a Jimi Hendrix tribute album, and supported the legendary Peter Green on his comeback. Most recently, sessions with Glenn Tipton (Judas Priest), Brian May (new album) and Yngwie Malmsteen, the last two with tours, have seen Cozy Powell back to his busiest and perhaps, his best.

He died in a car crash in April, 1998.







Gone Much Too Early























Cozy Powell with Black Sabbath in 1989:
Tony Iommi, Cozy Powell, Tony Martin, Neil Murray














Cozy Powell's Hammer - 1974
Clive Chaman (bass), Bernie Marsden (guitar), Cozy Powell
Frank Aiello (vocals), Don Airey (keyboards)






























Cozy Powell - Tony Iommi







Matt Sorum - Cozy Powell











Gone Much Too Early

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