Zero to Reunite for Rare Shows in SF


Here’s some pretty sweet news for all the Kimock & Zero fans…check it out:

For the first time in nearly 20 years, ZERO returns to the Great American Music Hall for a two-night special event: March 4th and 5th. Almost two decades ago, the quintessential Bay Area band recorded ‘Chance in a Million’ at the historic venue….The band reunites to commemorate the music and to benefit band mate, Judge Murphy, who is battling liver cancer, awaiting transplant.

Tickets on sale Sunday, January 23rd through

A Chance in a Million
Fri & Sat March 4 & 5
Doors: 8:00 PM | Show: 9:00 PM | Ages: all ages
ZERO- featuring Steve Kimock, Greg Anton, Judge Murphy, Chip Roland, Liam Hanrahan, and special guests
Tickets on sale 1/23:

And just for fun, I dug up a few quick reminders of why this is a good thing…

“Chance in a Million”

“Tangled Hangers”

“Friday’s Child”

“Up on Cripple Creek > Berm”

(fast-forward to the ~9:00 minute mark for some funky-ass Bobby Vega bass on “Berm”)

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