Igniting crowds with original world-class Rockin' Blues-Boogie tunes since 2005, you gotta check out their brilliantly produced recordings and catch them "live"!
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ZED HEAD music is featured on television productions such as OUTLAW BIKERS and BIKER T.V. They are seen (and heard) on The History Channel, National Geographic and Global Television channels. Bassist and vocalist, John “Fogger’ Burkitt, adds film and TV appearances to the music credits already amassed by the band!
ZED HEAD Wins Throngs of New Fans in Sweden with Their Highly Successful Tour to the Baltics
Iain Patience - Rhythms, Australia’s Roots Music Magazine - October 21, 2017
This was my third consecutive trip with this European venture from July Morning and Viking Line cruises. Each year, the event grows in stature and gains support from an ever-widening blues music fan-base. Last year, Lil’ Ed Williams pulled off a triumph with his fast-paced, racy Chicago set. For 2017 the fast moving, raucous and riotously loud award probably belongs to Canadian outfit, Zed Head, who were partnered by New York drummer, Rui Balla, a guy who clearly loves being centre-stage and throws himself almost literally into every number. Other band members included Neil Chapman as frontman with John Burkitt on bass and West Virginian Mike Matney on guitar. As a late-night closing act they had to push it out big time following on from a truly excellent set by London’s Si Cranstoun.