Classic Rock Group Zero2sixty Performs at Thursday’s FREE Concert in the Park
Photo courtesy of zero2sixty
One of Yukon’s favorite traditions, Concerts in the Park, continues with classic rock music from the dynamic band, zero2sixty. Zero2sixty brings energy and excitement to Chisholm Trail Park June 22 at 7 p.m.! Don’t miss this FREE summer event!
With their vocal stylings and musical arrangements of both classic and contemporary hits, zero2sixty has an eclectic sound that brings crowds of all ages to their feet. Just try sitting still and not singing along while zero2sixty covers your favorite iconic musical legends!
Zero2sixty started out as a smooth jazz group called "Fusion" in the late 1990s, founded by original Bass-player Mike Dudz Dudzinski. Michelle Lopez joined as vocalist, followed by lead-guitarist/vocalist John Carnuccio. Through the years, their style transformed to classic rock and the group’s name was changed to zero2sixty. Shortly thereafter, guitarist/vocalist Cam McLain joined the group, followed by drummer Burke Martin, and Mike Duncan on bass/vocals! Stan "The Man" Fitzgerald, equipment and sound manager, keeps zero2sixty sounding great!
Together, the group brings over 160 years of combined musical experience!
The following concert on June 29 will feature Mystery Dates with Rock ‘N’ Roll music. For more information, call 350-8937.
Concerts in the Park are some of Yukon’s best events. Optimism, energy and opportunity inspire the best in everything we do. To learn more about Yukon’s best, visit www.yukonok.gov or call 405-350-8937.