In Utah for only a decade, Ché Zuro mixes Beatle-ina pop with the acoustic grit of Led Zeppelin, mixing rock with folk, pop with country, shaking up a sound all of her own. With an angelic voice and rock star guitar chops, Ché brings the audience a joyous musical roller coaster ride at every show. Regardless of the size of the venue, she gives the listener something to ponder with her songs about love, fun, break up and even death, in a way that is easy to hear, familiar, and touches the soul.
This seasoned performer who has toured and/or recorded with Berlin, Carmine Appice, Charlie Sexton and more has finally released her 7th CD, “Rivers and Rain,” on the Youghiogheny River Records label, playing locally and out of state either solo or with her trio, Wildflower Moon. A Pittsburgh native, Ché’s writing includes tunes about the area where she grew up, a place that
has inspired her for her entire life.
Live performances have taken her from the stages of the Durango Summer Festival and The Millpond Music Festival to Mammoth Mountain Ski resort and Snowbird Resort and across the country to Ohiopyle’s Music in The Mountains Fest in Pennsylvania as well as opening for pal Don Felder of the Eagles at a charity event in Tampa, FL.