Zarbo

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Zarbo is a Canadian pop-rock band trio that was formed in the early 1980s. It consists of lead vocalist Alexander Zarbo, guitarist/vocalist, Derek Sharp, and drummer/vocalist, Greg Anzlec. The band released its first album, A-Z Collection, in 1985. Zarbo was disbanded in the late 1980s.[citation needed]

History[edit]

Origins[edit]

Zarbo was formed when the lead vocalist, Alex Zarbo and Derek Sharp befriended each other after performing, separately, at a concert venue. Alex Zarbo performed with his former band, Penguin, and Derek Sharp was the guitarist for the band, Lerxt. Later, Greg Anzlec, a friend of Sharp’s, became a part of the band.[1]

A-Z Collection[edit]

After the band was formed, the trio used to practice in the basement at Sharp’s mother’s house. Eventually, the band began performing at music venues, including the El Mocambo, Branko’s, Cameo Lounge (Hotel Isabella), Larry’s Hideaway, Horseshoe Tavern. In 1985, Zarbo released its first eight-song L.P, A-Z Collection. A year later, their first single, Get Up and Dance.[citation needed]

Disbandment[edit]

The band started working on recording new material for their second release, which included the bed tracks of Fool Man. But the band disbanded in the late 1980s before it was released.

Reunion[edit]

In July of 2020, Zarbo released a remix of Get Up and Dance in the genre of EDM and Dance. The band also re-released remastered singles of the tracks of A-Z Collection 8-song LP which include songs Get Up and Dance, Change Your Ways, Runnaway, Save Your Money, Correction in Direction, Getting to The Point, Oh Momentum and the Title Track of the album, A to Z. Another single, Hindsight Is 20/20 One, is scheduled to be released in 2021. The founding member and lead vocalist, Alexander Zarbo, will also be disclosing the new Zarbo musician line up following the release of the band’s second album and touring dates.[2][3]

Band members[edit]

Current Members[edit]

Alexander Zarbo

Former Members[edit]

Derek Sharp

Greg Anzlec

References[edit]

  1. "Zarbo, Coming Back To The Music World, With a New Lineup, To Stir Hype in Pop-Rock". Fooyoh Entertainment!. Retrieved 2020-08-18.
  2. Hafey, Lisa (2020-07-24). "Zarbo Releases Latest Single 'Get Up And Dance (Electro Remix)'". Essentially Pop. Retrieved 2020-08-18.
  3. XuneMag (2020-07-28). "Zarbo - Get Up and Dance [Electro Remix]". Xune Mag. Retrieved 2020-08-18.


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