By Scott T. Sterling
(RADIO.COM) – Basic Texas rock outfit ZZ Prime is “involved” concerning the devastation Hurricane Harvey is unleashing on the band’s residence state, however assured that the town will bounce again.
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“Houston has performed host to ZZ Prime as our residence base since we first banded collectively greater than 4 many years in the past, making us particularly involved with the plight of so lots of our fellow Texans within the wake of the flooding brought on by Hurricane Harvey,” the band stated in an official press assertion. “We’re inspired by the town’s and state’s restoration efforts from this tragic occasion and stand alongside our neighbors.
“Way back, we recorded a track referred to as ‘Heaven, Hell or Houston,’” the band added, referring to a monitor on 1981 album, El Loco. “We’re assured that, within the close to future, the primary phrase will describe the title’s third phrase and the center will quickly be overcome.”
ZZ Prime is at present on tour, together with two stops in Texas opening for Weapons N’ Roses: Sept. 6 at El Paso’s Solar Bowl Stadium and Sept. eight at San Antonio’s Alamodome.
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