Zager & Evans
Zager & Evans were a Lincoln, Nebraska rock-pop duo of the late 1960s and early 1970s named after its two members, Denny Zager and Rick Evans, who met at Nebraska Wesleyan University. Fellow Nebraska artists Dave Trupp and Mark Dalton backed up the duo on drums and bass respectively. Early Benders drummer Danny Schindler played with Zager and Evans in the seminal Nebraska band, "The Eccentrics" until his tour of Vietnam in 1965. The band also included Paul Maher on drums, until he left the band (replaced by Dave Trupp), prior to Zager and Evans recording their hit song "In The Year 2525." Trupp and Dalton were the rhythm section in the popular "Liberation Blues Band" and also did some playing with Evans on other demo material prior to recording 2525 in 1968.
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