The Zombies — featuring co-founders Rod Argent and Colin Blunstone have rescheduled their fall 2020 North American dates for this coming spring. As it stands now, the band kicks things off on this side of the pond on May 29th in Jeffersonville, Indiana at Abbey Road on the River with the eight-show run wrapping on June 26th at Everett, Washington’s Historic Everett Theatre.
Back in 2019, backstage at the band’s Rock Hall induction, Rod Argent told us that the way he and Colin Blunstone go about their work with the Zombies hasn’t changed over the decades: [“We play with the same passion now that we did when we were 18-years-old. And, um, of course it’s the original guys here that are being inducted. We always approach what we’re doing exactly the same way as we did when we first started out. We still get completely energized by being able to write new music, record it, and play it in front of appreciative audiences. Y’know, that’s still the excitement that we feel.”] SOUNDCUE (:24 OC: . . . that we feel)
The Zombies kick off their 2021 dates on April 16th in Trondheim, Norway.
RESCHEDULED: The Zombies North American tour dates (subject to change):
May 29 – Jeffersonville, IN – Abbey Road on the River
June 1 – Birmingham, AL – Iron City – rescheduled from October 9, 2020
June 2 – Baton Rouge, LA – Manship Theatre – rescheduled from October 11, 2020
June 15 – Winnipeg, MB – Club Regent Event Centre – rescheduled from September 25, 2020
June 19 – Calgary, AB – Deerfoot Inn & Casino – rescheduled from September 19, 2020
June 24 – Vancouver, BC – Commodore Ballroom – rescheduled from September 16, 2020
June 25 – Victoria, BC – Alix Goolden Performance Hall – rescheduled from September 17, 2020
June 26 – Everett, WA – Historic Everett Theatre – rescheduled from September 15, 2020
- The Zombies –– featuring co-founders Rod Argent and Colin Blunstone have resceduled their fall 2020 North American dates.
- The band kicks things off on May 29th in Jeffersonville, Indiana at Abbey Road on the River and wrapping the eight-show run on June 26th at Everett, Washington’s Historic Everett Theatre.
DID YOU KNOW???
- The Zombies‘ Odessey And Oracle was recorded between June and November 1967 at both the Beatles‘ home base — London’s Abbey Road Studios and the Rolling Stones‘ primary studio, Olympic.
- John Lennon‘s mellotron was actually used for the set when the band could not afford a string ensemble — and they even paid for the album’s stereo mix out of their own pocket.
- Odessey And Oracle was released on April 19th, 1968 was released following the band’s split, with “Time Of The Season” peaking at Number Three.