Mister zero has been around music since the late seventies. He’s been the guitar player and founding member of Canada’s “The Kings” since 1977. The Kings had a break out hit in the USA and Canada called “This Beat Goes On/Switchin’ to Glide”. At almost 6 minutes long it was played all over radio and was a bonafide hit. Their first album was produced by Bob Ezrin who also produced “the Wall” by Pink Floyd and some Kiss albums. The Kings have almost two million plays on their YouTube channel and are getting about 800 plays a day as I type. A humble and gracious guest and we had a really good talk about what it was like having such great success at an early age of pre video and post AM radio technology.
Check out The Kings’s hit here on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sxkjvKBPQjo
The King’s website is www.thekingsarehere.com
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