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The Zombies Tickets
The Zombies TicketsFirst forming in 1962, more than 50 years later, The Zombies is still rocking and rolling, even earning a Rock & Roll Hall of Fame induction in 2019. Over its expansive career, The Zombies has put out six studio albums (or technically eight, if you count the simultaneous UK and US release of its debut album under different titles - 1965's The Zombies in the US and Begin Here in the UK - and the remix album New World that followed one year after the 1990 release of its originator, The Return of the Zombies.) The Zombies has also released one EP album, five live albums, 20 compilation albums and 19 singles. The group contributed to the Bunny Lake Is Missing movie soundtrack too.
She's Still Not There (But The Zombies Are!)Originally calling itself The Mustangs until discovering an existing band already going by that name, the band that became The Zombies proceeded to release a string of hits in the '60s that have long since helped to define the era, including "She's Not There" and "Time of the Season." Rolling Stone Magazine ranked The Zombies' second album, Odessey and Oracle, the 100th greatest album of all time on its list of the top 500.
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What can I expect from The Zombies?The Zombies' music may best be described as a blend of rock and roll, psychedelic pop, beat and baroque pop styles.
Who are the members of The Zombies?Led by Rod Argent on vocals and keys and Colin Blunstone on vocals, The Zombies also counts among its membership Tom Toomey on guitar and backup vocals, Søren Koch on bass and backup vocals, and Steve Rodford on drums and percussion.
Who has performed live with The Zombies?Previous members of The Zombies include Paul Arnold, Paul Atkinson, Hugh Grundy, Chris White, Sebastian Santa Maria, Keith Airey, Jim Rodford and Darien Sahanaja. Of these, Grundy, White and Sahanaja still frequently perform with The Zombies at select events on tours. Other artists who have performed live with The Zombies in the past or are scheduled to do so in the near future include Fran Cosmo Band, Ninet Tayeb, Rogers & Butler and Brian Wilson of The Beach Boys.
What are the names of some songs by The Zombies?Among The Zombies' hit singles the band has to choose from when making the setlist for any performance include "If It Don't Work Out," "She's Not There," "Imagine the Swan," "Leave Me Be," "Time of the Season," "Tell Her No," "Butcher's Tale (Western Front 1914)," "She's Coming Home," "Care of Cell 44," "Whenever You're Ready/I Love You," "Friends of Mine," "Remember You," "Goin' Out of My Head," "Is This the Dream," "Gotta Get a Hold of Myself" and "Indication."
Where can I see The Zombies on tour?True to its name, The Zombies never rest, keeping a rigorous touring schedule. Places to see The Zombies live include Leach Amphitheater in Oshkosh, Wisc., the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, the Payomet Performing Arts Center in North Truro, Mass., Fantasy Springs Casino Resort in Phoenix and Arlington Theatre in Santa Barbara, Calif. The Zombies also performs gigs on cruises, with upcoming bookings on the Flower Power Cruise and On the Blue Cruise, both in Miami.
Who are The Zombies' influences?As you may be able to tell when you hear The Zombies performs live, included among its influences are the likes of The Everly Brothers, Burt Bacharach, George Gershwin, Little Anthony & the Imperials, Ray Charles, The Kinks, Arthur Alexander, Ramsey Lewis, Bo Diddley, Little Richard, The Shadows, Bill Evans, Georgie Fame, Miles Davis, Smokey Robinson, The Searchers, Sam Cooke, James Brown and Tommy Steele.
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