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The Zarrs new album "7" due August 7th
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The Zarrs are back in the studio for a couple of weeks perfecting their new material for live performance so please
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+ first album "May Contain Nuts"

 
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"The ZARRS are a unique breed, blending great song craft with subtle musicianship..."
 
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"They’re called The ZARRS.  They're brilliant... and the room is theirs"
 

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Really looking forward to The Woodman Beer Festival on July 26th.  I mean, what's not to like?  Music + Beer = Contentment.  And a bonus - the fabulous Lem and the White Fire are there with us so you know it's going to be a GREAT day - details here.
 
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"...similar artists include Bruce Springsteen, Tom Petty, The Doors, and Kasabian..."

 
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The ZARRS - Eddie Lee (Vocals & Guitar), John Lazos (Guitar), Nicole Rowe (Sax), Francis Ovie (Keyboards), Chris Miller (Bass Guitar) and Steve J Jones (Drums)

What The Papers Say

They’re called The ZARRS. They’re brilliant... they play bluesy rock and the crowd is theirs.  The Matt Foster Blog - Dublin Castle Gig Review 18 Aug. 2011

The ZARRS – For those of you looking for a current band with that classic rock/pop rock sound this one is for you!  This six member band from London, UK sounds great and their music really backs up their claim of being “ultra-accessible”.  Similar artists include Bruce Springsteen, Tom Petty, The Doors, and Kasabian.
From PaperBlog - Nov 28, 2012

The ZARRS are a unique breed, blending great song craft with subtle musicianship, great chorus lines, interesting subject material and a live performance, which doesn’t fail to get you shakin’ your thang!
Full article at  The Music Press - Feb 3, 2012

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Head to bbc.co.uk/introducing, upload your music and you could have your tracks broadcast on BBC Radio

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Music + Beer = Contentment 

After a really fun headline spot at The Curious Yellow Weekend, Eddie is pricing campers for next year!   Does he mean Glampers?  I can't imagine that...  anyhow, "Even if we're not invited back to play it's definitely a festival I want to be a part of" he says.  Not sure he'll give up this years very comfortable berth at The Crown in Elton that easily though.  Very good hotel in a really nice village.  Good place to stay or drop in to if you're in that neck of the woods he reckons.

Back at the Curious Yellow Weekend Festival the atmosphere was laid back and very friendly with some great fun-festival music, a good beer selection and good festival food on show and everybody seemed to be having a great time when we got there to play on Sunday - Friday and Saturday must have been a blast! 

The Zarrs played a well balanced (and very well received) set with songs from our first album, from the new album and few covers thrown in for good measure keeping the audience asking for more for over an hour and a half until a downpour drove our dancers in the packed tent outside to dance in the rain.  Very cool.  And very cooling - the mercury was certainly rising inside the tent by then :-) 

Next up for The Zarrs of course is the Woodman beer festival near Hatfield on July 26th (details here).  It's a great venue and it's going to be a lot of fun as we're playing with the talented Lem and the Whitefire and if you don't know Lem and her band by now, you should - they rock, too!  If you're in the area why not stop by - The Zarrs are on from 6pm  As the blog title suggests some of us are quite happy playing beer festivals :-)  Any volunteer designated drivers out there?

As for the new album - we seem to have been talking about it for ever - the final artwork has arrived and is being proofed and we're hoping to have the album packaged and ready to go for the Woodman Festival - another reason to get on over there and max out enjoyment for your Saturday afternoon.  Don't forget July 26th, The Woodman, Wild Hill, Herts. AL9 6EA.  Great beer, great music - hope to see you there :-)
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