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Waiting for Adient Zoo? – It’s back for final show of the year

Adient Zoo is uncaged on New Year's Eve in the American Legion.
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Adient Zoo is playing, so it must be a holiday.

The band featuring former members of Saturn Rising and Waiting for T.I.M. played last Fourth of July at a club in South Lake Tahoe. It will perform Saturday, New Year’s Eve, in the American Legion Hall, along with Bandit, Sub-Reactor and DJ Rob Kronic and friends.

Doors open at 9 p.m. and there is a $10 cover.

Adient Zoo features guitarists Dan Green and Jason Lampman.

Adient Zoo’s style can’t be caged, other than by calling it indie rock.

“It’s tough to assign them to a specific genre, they’re all over the map musically, but I think it’s safe to say they’re sufficiently rocking,” Green said.

White, a skyscraper of a player, shunned hoops for music when he attended Whittell High School. He’s been away for a while, but just moved back to town and was spotted towering over shoppers in Raley’s health food aisle. In the spring he said he will attend the Musicians Institute in Los Angeles.

Lampman and Green, no doubt, will perform at Tahoe this winter until the school bell tolls for the tall six-stringer.

Lampman, meanwhile, is a long-haired Wisconsinite who has been at South Shore for a while. He also plays with Groove Box and other bands.

Kurt Peckler has married and relocated to the Bay Area, but he will be back on bass to ring in the new year.

Adient Zoo opened for the Mother Hips for a packed 2010 show at MontBleu.


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