Lay down a foundation of progressive rock. Please don’t forget that jazz. Add a touch of bluegrass, shake in some R&B, and drop in a hunk of funk – hell, throw in the kitchen sink while you’re at it. That comes close to summing up this Raleigh-based quartet.
Featuring soaring four-part harmonies and inventive songwriting, ZEGG gives gracious nods to Steely Dan, Led Zeppelin, Umphrey’s McGee, Talking Heads, and countless others. Yet ZEGG is a funhouse mirror reflection of its influences rather than a carbon copy.
ZEGG consists of bassist...