Psychedelic rock outfit Zero has announced plans to reunite this July for a three-night run of shows in Oregon.
The quartet—comprised of founding members Steve Kimock (guitar) and Greg Anton (drums), along with special guests Melvin Seals (keyboards/organ) and Pete Sears (bass)—will offer up a two-night run at Applegate, OR’s Applegate River Lodge on Wednesday and Thursday, July 10th and 11th, followed by an appearance at the Oregon Country Fair on Saturday, July 13th.
The show announcement notes that fans can expect special guests throughout the run.
In 1984, Kimock and Anton founded Zero alongside guitarist John Cipollina, formerly of Quicksilver Messenger Service. Following the addition of vocalist Judge Murphy, the quartet went on to release Chance In A Million in 1994, which included songs written by longtime Grateful Dead lyricist Robert Hunter.
A pre-sale is currently underway here for both shows at the Applegate River Lodge.