Zero Announce Naught Again Live Album Featuring Unissued 1992 Performance at San Francisco’s Great American Music Hall

Published on May 6, 2022

Along with the announcement, Zero have also shared the first single from the release, “End Of The World Blues.” Give a click below!

Double-CD/Digital out May 20, Double-vinyl out October 14
via Omnivore Recordings.

Zero was formed in the early 1980s by guitarist Steve Kimock and drummer Greg Anton after playing with Keith & Donna Godchaux’s Heart Of Gold Band. Various San Francisco Bay and international artists have played with Zero, including Nicky Hopkins (The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Who) Pete Sears (Jefferson Starship), John Cipollina (Quicksilver Messenger Service), John Kahn (Jerry Garcia Band), and Vince Welnick (The Tubes, Grateful Dead).

Considering the Zero family tree, it seemed inevitable that Rock and Roll Hall Of Famer and Grateful Dead lyricist Robert Hunter would add his lyrics to their instrumentals. It was a magic ingredient and Zero took off. After nine albums and over 1,300 shows, Zero was more than a conglomerate of talented musicians, they became a San Francisco institution.

Now Zero is back again, hitting the road in 2022 and in celebration, is releasing two shows that were recorded at The Great American Music Hall in 1992. One show was released as Chance In A Million in 1994 and now, the other set appears as Naught Again in 2022. Naught Again is newly mixed by Emmy nominated Brian Risner from the original multitrack tapes which were recorded by Dan Healy and Don Pearson (Grateful Dead). The digital/double-CD versions will be available on May 20, while the double-vinyl edition will be released on Friday, October 14, the night before the band’s 30th Anniversary show at The Fillmore in San Francisco.

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