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Classic Zombies Lineup to Reunite for ‘Odessey & Oracle’ TourDate posted: Tuesday, July 21st, 2015 by Admin
The Zombies have just announced a new US tour which will focus around their now legendary classic album ‘Odessey & Oracle’ which was recorded at Abbey Road Studios and is cited as being one of the greatest albums of the ’60s kicks off at The Majestic Theatre in Dallas Texas on September 30th. The full album will be performed live in its entirety and will also see original members Chris White and Hugh Grundy join Colin Blunstone and Rod Argent for this historic tour. For more information from Rolling Stone click here and for ticket links click here to ensure you don’t miss out.
Bits & BobsDate posted: Monday, June 22nd, 2015 by Admin
Here’s a delightful interview from earlier this month for you to enjoy entitled ZOMBIE HEAVEN
Remember to tune into Glastonbury on BBC TV this weekend unless you are lucky enough to be attending in person
Colin was featured on Vintage TV last night, watch a preview to his show
And with The Zombies here
The Zombies To Tour UK In DecemberDate posted: Thursday, May 21st, 2015 by Admin
The Zombies will play a show in London at The Forum on November 10th before heading out on a full UK tour from December 1st. After festival highlight performances at both SXSW and The Great Escape this year with Glastonbury Festival on June 28th as well The Zombies continue to go from strength to strength as they continue to also lay down tracks for their new album. For full tour information go to the FUTURE section of this site and make sure you get your tickets before they go!
The Zombies Voted #2 Album Recorded At Abbey Road EVERDate posted: Wednesday, May 13th, 2015 by Admin
NME recently published an article on the Top 10 albums ever recorded at Abbey Road Studios. All 10 are classics ranging from Florence & The Machine’s ‘Ceremonials’ to The Beatles ‘White Album’ which came in at No.1. Check out the full list here and the epic vote for The Zombies classic ‘Odessey & Oracle’ in at No.2. which NME say, “has secured its rightful place as a visionary psych classic.”