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"CLF Heroes - Our Community Partners"

"Zach Kadro learned his guitar student, Nate, had a classmate that had lost his battle with leukemia. They decided to produce an all-ages concert and give the proceeds to CLF. So in September, Zach, his band "Kadro," and Nate performed at AJ's Cafe in Ferndale and raised $180 from admissions. Our heartfelt thanks to Zach and Nate and their fans who came out to support them."

- -Life Lines, a quarterly newsletter on leukemia & other related blood disorders

"Kadro - 9/21 - AJ's Cafe"

Who ever said that all rock stars had to be complete jerks? Sure, Kid Rock and Tommy Lee are fighting over unimportant things like Pamela Anderson, but local rockers Kadro are fighting for something worthwhile. The boys will bring their 90's-tinged rock 'n' roll ro AJ's Cafe for the cause of fighting Children's leukemia with the Children's Leukemia Foundation of Michigan. Not only will proceeds go to the charity, but you will also be able to treat yourself to Kadro's new full-length, which will be released at the show. Talk about win/win situations. Your good karma in the form of a donation will automatically be returned to you through a kick ass Kadro show. - Real Detroit Weekly


debut full-length CD, 'Life of Luxury.' Released Sept. 21st, 2007.



Kadro’s sound is comparable to that of the alternative rock bands of the early nineties. Kadro has the grungy guitars, raspy voice and frenzied drums. But Kadro is not a band of imitators, for each member has enough personality on their instrument to give the band a sound of its own. Kadro formed in March of 2007 when singer/ songwriter Zach Kadro (Gryphon Shepherd, Animal Chinz), began a new group with jazz drummer Zach Pliska. Pliska’s friend, Brian Barber came in on bass and the trio was born.
The debut album, ‘Life of Luxury’, is the end product for six months worth of writing, rehearsing and performing. It was released on September 21, 2007 at a benefit show Kadro organized for the Children’s Leukemia Foundation of Michigan, in which the group raised more than $200. Kadro hit the road in October and November, 2007 playing in Pittsburgh, Boston, NYC, Chicago, Des Monies and Minneapolis, among others. The experience of writing music and touring has been so advantageous that Kadro is working on a new album and planning more shows for 2008.