In 1984 Greg Anton and Steve Kimock formed Zero, a band that would quickly become Bay Area favorites. Performances from the group have been rare in recent years, so Zero fans are very excited that the band will play Sweetwater Music Hall in Mill Valley, California on December 29.
Kimock and Anton will be joined by bassist Bobby Vega and multi-instrumentalist Pete Sears at Sweetwater next month. Look for special guests to appear including members of the Zero family. Grateful Dead lyricist Robert Hunter once said, “Zero can put the whammy on a crowd. I’ve seen a lot of crowds in my life, but they can do something that I’ve never seen.”
Tickets for the return of Zero are on sale now here.
Watch Zero perform “Tongue N Groove” in 1990:
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