ZO2 In Talks With Major Label

August 17, 2004

Brooklyn, NY-based trio ZO2, who recently came off a support slot on the KISS/POISON"Rock the Nation" U.S. tour, are rumored to be negotiating a deal with Atlantic Records. The band, who are currently promoting their debut album, "Tuesdays & Thursdays", released independently on their own Splivey Cool Entertainment Inc. label, are also said to be in talks to participate in the upcoming SCORPIONS/TESLA tour.

ZO2 features brothers Paulie Z and David Z (vocals, bass guitar) and Joey Cassata (drums). David has served as the longtime bass guitarist for the East Coast touring company of the holiday favorite TRANS-SIBERIAN ORCHESTRA and Joey was an understudy with the BLUE MAN GROUP's Las Vegas-based company.

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