Craig Zund
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Craig Zund

Band Rock Adult Contemporary


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This self-titled CD hits you over the head from the very first riff in "Make You Mine", a song about the joys of summer passion and winds its way through a number of rockers "Altered Eyes" and "Skeezin". As the album progresses, the group takes a turn down memory lane in "Main Street Days" and "Kick the Can" before delivering a rich Zeppelinesque ballad "Overlake" which the group has dedicated to a little hideaway in Maine.

-- Scott McElreath
- Indie Productions

In a mode that is both modern and nostalgic this is a very good rock album. At times various influences show through, most notably Lenny Kravitz and The Black Crowes, but in many ways, Craig Zund has his own particular flavor. If you like modern music with elements of the classic 70s sounds, this album will certainly entertain you. - Music Street Journal


Current Singles:

Live Here Together - Streaming Audio available on Sonicbids and

Hard (Acoustic and Electric Versions) - Streaming Audio available on

Keep the Faith - Streaming Audio available on

Lead You Again - Streaming Audio available on

LP's Released:

Wooster Sang - Self titled debut album 1999, former band; no streaming audio available at this time; was aired on over 150 college radio stations.



I'm not an overnight success, I'm in this thing for the long haul...

Beware, songwriting and performing is highly addictive!!! The journey for creating a song begins with that one note or some cool vibe or melody. It's about working in the studio until the sun comes up, until you can barely keep your eyes open just so you can bring your idea to life. My first concern isn't whether people like my music or not, it's about knowing you just put it out there. In the end I hope folks like it, that's gravy !!!

My influences are Led Zeppelin, Bob Marley, Jimi, Jet, Incubus, 311, Pearl Jam, U2, STP...The list goes on, there's just so much great indie music out there as well.