ZEBRA: 30th Anniversary Concert To Be Webcast
According to MelodicRock.com, veteran hard rockers ZEBRA will celebrate their 30th anniversary by playing at The Downtown in Famingdale, New York on January 28, 2005. Those who cannot attend the concert can listen to it in the comfort of their own home. If you have Winamp (www.winamp.com), and a broadband connection, you are in for a real treat. The exact show time has not been determined, but will be posted in the near future. Go to www.thedoor.com and become a free member. From there you will find the link that will take you to the show on January 28. The link will be posted the same day of the event.
ZEBRA have toured with class acts such as JOURNEY, BRYAN ADAMS, SAMMY HAGAR, and AEROSMITH. Their debut album, entitled "Zebra", sold over 75,000 units in the first week alone, and were a huge hit on MTV in the early '80s. With four studio albums and one live concert album, ZEBRA play all the classic tunes such as "Tell Me What You Want" and "Who's Behind The Door" to brand new songs from their fourth album, entitled "IV". Some say they play LED ZEPPELIN material better then ZEPPELIN. Tune in and see for yourself why this band has lasted for over 30 years.
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