Roots rocker David Zollo and his band, the Body Electric, will make a stop in Ames on Saturday, February 2, for a show at The Maintenance Shop (2229 Lincoln Way) on the Iowa State University campus. Doors for the show will open at 8:30 p.m., and the music will start at 9 p.m. Tickets for the show are $10 for the general public and $8 for ISU students. They may be purchased at the M-Shop box office or online through MidwesTix. This will be an all ages event.
David Zollo got his start in 1992 as a part of the Iowa City rock band High and Lonesome. Zollo would go on to do just about everything that a man can do in the music industry. He has been a solo singer/songwriter, led his own band, and been a sideman for such talents as William Elliot Whitmore, Todd Snider, Bo Ramsey, and others. Zollo founded his own underground music label, Trailer Records. The Wellman, Iowa native also produces a number of up-and-coming bands, like The Pines and Brother Trucker. Zollo has released a number of albums over the years, and is currently working on a new one entitled For Hire. With over 200 performances a year, Zollo is a very busy man. Check out music from David Zollo and the Body Electric, in the nearby video.
[Sources: David Zollo's website]