Zappa tribute to play Eden Court in October.
The Guardian proclaimed; “If anyone deserves an approving sobriquet with the “American” prefix – American Original, American Genius, American Rebel – it was Zappa”. A prolific amount of releases saw Zappa cross genres including doo-wop, big-band suites, heavy metal, jazz-rock, blues-rock and more.
Edinburgh based piece Pygmy Twylyte, named after Zappa’s song, capture the spirit of the music promising an evening of classics including tracks “Cosmik Debris”, “Stinkfoot” and “Outside Now”. The show borrows most from Zappa’s music of the Seventies and Eighties, with the occasional excursion into earlier material.
“Frank’s musical legacy deserves to be played live for the fans by those that are able to do it justice and this band certainly done that”, enthused an audience member of one of the band’s first gigs.
After nearly a year of playing including central belt gigs, with the occasional England gig, the October date marks the band’s return to the Highlands following their performance at Belladrum 2018.