Zebra

Zebra at Multiple Venues

Zebra formed in the New Orleans area. But it grew a huge following at shows it performed in Long Island, NY, as well as nationwide with its debut Atlantic Records album release in 1982. It went gold and was the fastest selling debut album in Atlantic Records’ history thanks to the radio and MTV airplay of Tell Me What You Want and Who’s Behind the Door?.

Felix Hanemann of Zebra

Felix Hanemann on bass, keyboard, and vocals at the Slidell Heritage Festival, 2004

Randy Jackson of Zebra

Randy Jackson on guitar and vocals at the Slidell Heritage Festival, 2004.

Felix Hanemann of Zebra

Felix Hanemann on synthesizer at the Slidell Heritage Festival, 2004

Felix and Randy of Zebra

Felix on bass, Randy Jackson on guitar and vocals at the Slidell Heritage Festival, 2004.

Randy Jackson of Zebra

Randy Jackson on guitar with Zebra at the Howlin' Wolf in New Orleans December 3, 2005 [Photo from Weerd Wayne]

Weerd Wayne, Guy Gelso of Zebra, and Dave (stepson of Weerd Wayne)

"Weerd" Wayne (left) with Zebra's drummer Guy Gelso and Wayne's stepson David (right) at the Howlin' Wolf. [Photo from Weerd Wayne]

Zebra

Randy Jackson on guitar with Zebra at the Howlin' Wolf [Photo from Weerd Wayne]

Weerd Wayne, Guy Gelso of Zebra, and Dave (stepson of Weerd Wayne)

Again, thanks to "Weerd" Wayne Watkins for the photos. He's on the right below, flanking Zebra's Randy Jackson with his stepson David.

Zebra

Zebra wrapped up the first day of the first N'Awlins Air Show to include a free music concert, and the first one held since Hurricane Katrina. Regular drummer Guy Gelso was displaced to Houston by the storm, and unable to make this 2006 show, but he returned to rejoin the band for its next gig.



Randy Jackson

Randy Jackson on guitar with Zebra at the 2006 N'Awlins Air Show

Felix Hanemann

Felix Hanemann with Zebra at the 2006 N'Awlins Air Show




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