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Hear Zero Perform ‘Roll Me Over’ Live In 1992 At Great American Music Hall


Zero continues to preview their upcoming live release, Naught Again, captured at San Francisco’s Great American Music Hall in 1992 and due out on May 20 via Omnivore Recordings. The latest from the group founded by guitarist Steve Kimock and drummer Greg Anton is “Roll Me Over.”

Zero announced Naught Again in early April and unveiled the live track, “End Of The World Blues.” The group now follows with “Roll Me Over,” which features music from Steve and Greg as well as words by Grateful Dead lyricist Robert Hunter.

The iteration of Zero that played on “Roll Me Over” in 1992 also boasted some serious musical firepower. Along with Kimock and Anton, the lineup included vocalist Judge Murphy, bassist Bobby Vega and saxophonist Martin Fierro as well as Nicky Hopkins (The Rolling Stones) on piano and Pete Sears (Jefferson Starshhip) on organ.

Listen to Zero on “Roll Me Over” from San Francisco in 1992 below:

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Source: JamBase.com