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The Zealots live on “Local Color” WNCW
The Zealots doing "Poppycock" at Fleetwoods, Asheville, NC, May 18, 2018
The Zealots at Kava Bar Art Show
George is exhibiting his paintings at the Kava Bar, Aug. 24 to Sept 24. The Zealots are playing at the opening, along with the Kavalactones.
Tuesday eve with George! 6 to 8 pm Grab a coffee and listen to some original tunes old and new
George Trouble with the Cryptics
George Trouble brings his energized slice of twangy, Americana-lined garage/power pop seasoned with lyrical outrage and indignation to Chapel Hill once again. Also on the bill are the Cryptics, Hillsborough's garage rockers specializing in unearthing lost rock and roll classics.
The Zealots at Riverfest
Riverlink's annual bash to celebrate the French Broad. We're on between Northside Gentlemen and Lyric, about 2:30.
Back in Nashville! 9
George Trouble with Dwight Hawkins & Dex Romweber
Spend your Friday night with Dwight Hawkins, George Trouble of The Zealots, and Dex Romweber, appearing at the legendary roadhouse The Kraken in Chapel Hill
Singer/songwriter George Trouble of The Zealots performs songs from his new solo album "Plow" at West Asheville's newest cool cats cafe.
George Trouble with Megan Palmer
Singer songwriters George Trouble of The Zealots and Megan Palmer perform their unique tunes in a pair of early show at Radio Cafe.
George Trouble (of The Zealots) rocks with his own brand of acid-washed blues, glossy and gross in all the right ways
Be a part of Zealots history. Come to the Video Shoot in West Asheville. Dex Romweber joins The Zealots for a memorable evening. Also Dirty Dutch Trio! Fri., May 18th!
American Spirits, Asbury, NJ
ZEALOTS RETURN to the STAGE!
Interweaving exuberant melodies with piercing insight, The Zealots' 2018 release “Jawbone” is the most recent evidence of the range of George Terry McDonald's songcraft. The 14 songs on this, their 4th album, delivers a cohesive body of work which expands and intensifies their vision. From folk-rock to reggae, to ska, punk and jangle-pop, the diverse styles of “Jawbone” are unified by its determination to explore our fraught relationships with our culture and each other. Themes of greed, inhumanity, self-deception and abuse are the evils on which “Jawbone” sets its sights.