ZERO is a brand new Rock and Pop band playing the best venues and events in your area. The members are all seasoned veterans and have played in various bands all around the country. Past groups such as Echo Vane, Gun Shy, Blammo, PS, Liquid Rabbit, 2 Northwest, Os-Lo, Vinylized, Stillshot, Stereovane, Stay Golden, TJ’s Hooker and many more. ZERO will be playing your favorite Rock, Pop and Dance songs with shredding guitars, killer vocals and driving rhythm. Check the calendar at your favorite local venue for a date near you!
Jellie Bean of JellieFish Productions. Pure Michigander. Former on air personality for multiple formats including Rock, Pop, Country, News & Sports. Production director and music programmer for nearly a decade on the radio.
Almost 50 years ago, the Grammy Award-winning band was formed by Gerry Beckley, Dewey Bunnell and Dan Peek, who departed the band in 1977 and passed away in 2011, after meeting as sons of U.S. Air Force personnel stationed in London, where they began performing live. AMERICA released their debut album on Capitol Records in 1971, which hit number one in the United States and featured the number one Billboard pop hit “Horse With No Name.” AMERICA has influenced generations of musicians with their distinctive brand of acoustic-driven, harmony-rich rock, mixed with pop smarts, in soul-searching classic songs that reflected the times they were living in.
The band’s huge radio success throughout the ‘70s and early ‘80s at times overshadowed the lyrical depth of their songs such as the questing “Horse With No Name” (with its environmental message at the end); the frank romantic politics of “Sister Golden Hair”; the war paranoia of “Sandman” (written in part from conversations with returning airmen from Vietnam); and the cautionary life advice of “Don’t Cross The River.”
Hello Weekend performs today's biggest chart topping hits in a high-energy performance.
Joey Figueroa was fittingly born in Chicago, the city that introduced House music to the world. He began his DJ career at a young age, just as House music began to spread throughout the world.
Joey’s passion for music is fueled by his constant search for new sounds coupled with his early exposure to disco, classical, Latin, and modern dance music. He draws inspiration from similarly diverse artists such as Frankie Knuckles, Ron Hardy, Farley "Jackmaster" Funk, Ralphi Rosario, Julian "Jumpin" Perez, Steve "Silk" Hurley, Edward "Get Down" Crosby, Andy "Mix'n" Moy, Mark Imperial, John Curley and the legendary sounds of Chicago’s 102.7 FM (WMBX). Joey still cherishes his roots in Chicago, where artists like Derrick Carter, Diz, Mark Grant, and others, share his hometown and his passion for music