The Zarrs
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The Zarrs

London, England, United Kingdom | SELF

London, England, United Kingdom | SELF
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May Contain Nuts - May 2010
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The ZARRS play what singer songwriter Eddie has called contemporary-retro-pop-rock - it's basically music that is geared to appeal to a broad swath of the population - and it does. Accessible songs and good musicianship are allied with an inclusive stage act to make The ZARRS performances a cut above the usual run-of-the-mill unsigned (wanna sound just like one famous band or another) norm. The ZARRS have a unique and very successful sound all of their own and that they enjoy playing is clear to see from the fact that audiences really enjoy hearing it and ninety-nine times out of a hundred, dancing to it. The ZARRS have a new album due out in the early summer of 2013 (assuming there is one in England this year) and are in discussions with a number of festivals as well as becoming the main support band for a number of high-profile performers in a series of intimate venues of two or three hundred people. In the recent past The ZARRS have played main support to a number of well known acts including Curved Air, Gwen Dickey and Rose Royce and American country rock star Sonia Leigh on her UK mini-tour.
In the Royal Jubilee and Olympic year of 2012 The ZARRS were invited to play a concert on the roof of Britain's National Theatre - betcha life we did! The ZARRS are Indie London's favourite band for good reason - and here's a brief summary of what the press says...

They’re called The ZARRS. They’re brilliant... they play bluesy rock and the crowd is theirs.
Matt Foster - Dublin Castle Gig Review 18 Aug. 2011

The ZARRS – For those of you looking for a current band with that classic rock/pop rock sound this one is for you!
This six member band from London, UK sounds great and their music really backs up their claim of being “ultra-accessible”.
Similar artists include Bruce Springsteen, Tom Petty, The Doors, and Kasabian. From Paperblog - Feb 07, 2013