Breaking News

The Zarrs to play Chidfest 2018.  The south’s best music and beer festival!  Details & tkts.

Thanks to all who turned up for Sonia Leigh, Clint Ivie and us at the Water Rats on July 3rd.  Fantastic night and you made it even better!

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See The ZARRS Next At

The Chiddingly Music Festival, East Sussex  Friday July 27th at 4. Details and Tickets

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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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The ZARRS - Eddie Lee (Vocals & Guitar), Davie Galt (Guitar), Nicole Rowe (Sax), Chris Miller (Bass Guitar), Pablo Paracchino (Drums)
 

"...similar artists include Bruce Springsteen, Tom Petty, The Doors, and Kasabian..."

 

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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

Cool Stuff

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