A blues based rock band from the Southeast was formed by Zip Gibson, the former lead guitarist for Steve Earle and The Dukes. Zip Gibson has been
listed in the Marquis Who's Who three times, Who's Who in Entertainment 3rd edition, Who's Who in the South and Southwest 24th edition, Who's Who in the World 13th edition. The Zip Gibson band made its debut opening
for Peter Criss and Zack Wilde. After touring and recording for 10 years with a Hall of Fame artist, Steve Earle, multiple appearances on national TV programs such as David Letterman, Nashville Now and MTV, Zip
Gibson formed the ZGB to focus on his own music and song writing. With roots from folk, blues, jazz, rock and world beat, the band has developed a sound that will be around a long time.
With their REVOLUTION EP CD produced by Richard Bennett and Rocky Schnaars, there is in the world of disposable CDs a non-perishable product. A hard
hitting groove with melody, lyrics and "Lennon-like" delivery. The band pushes the limits of what is and what can be. They are doing everything your not supposed to and making it work. In one year, they
released nine CDs. I don't think your supposed to do that, but they did and pulled it off, too. Two of these CDs are rock and jazz fusion instrumentals, JAZZ HEAD and GTH. I'm not sure, but I believe that is against
the contest rules as well. And then get this, another illegal manoeuvre, they released two blues CDs, THE HOUSTON HARD-CORE BLUEZ, total raw roots blues with an edge and TOO UGLY, a Memphis, Texas mix featuring
Jimmy Ottey, drummer for James Brown, Little Richard, Taj Mahal and Dave Pomeroy, Bassist for Trisha Yearwood.
I suggest you see the ZGB before they are arrested by the music police and sentenced to do time on some Siberian 'indie' label or beaten in some
back alley by the radio cops while they are told they have the right to remain silent.
The ZGB is Zip, Greg and Brian.