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 www.gamh.com.

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: www.gamh.com

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

“Chance in a Million”

Z E R O in New York

“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”)