Whenever you’re ready to come face to face with the Zombies

The most influential ’60s pop-psychedelic band that you’ve probably only heard fleetingly, learn why the Zombies’ tantalizing discography transcends any time of the season. Here frontman Colin Blunstone ably demonstrates his handball prowess as band mates Rod Argent [keyboards], since deceased guitarist Paul Atkinson, drummer Hugh Grundy, and bassist Chris White stoically guard the goal, originally featured as the cover of “The Zombies,” a 1966 greatest hits compilation distributed in Sweden. Image Credit: Big Beat Records

The most influential ’60s pop-psychedelic band that you’ve probably only heard fleetingly, the Zombies’ tantalizing discography unequivocally transcends any time of the season. Led by two founding members — singer-songwriter Colin Blunstone and keyboardist-songwriter Rod Argent —in the ’60s the Zombies never experienced the accolades befitting their massive talent. That would come much…

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Jeremy Roberts

Jeremy Roberts

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Retro pop culture interviews & lovin’ something fierce sustain this University of Georgia Master of Agricultural Leadership alum. Email: jeremylr@windstream.net