Zebra to be inducted into the “Long Island Music Hall of Fame”

It has been announced that cult AOR/pomp rockers Zebra are to be inducted into the Long Island Music Hall of Fame.

The rock trio – fronted by Randy Jackson – have enjoyed cult success since the 80s and have gained strong press from the AOR/melodic rock community over the years. Their third disc, 1987’s ‘3.V’, considered to be one of the band’s strongest albums was particularly hard to find on CD for some time, until a very welcome reissue (with the band’s second LP, ‘No Tellin’ Lies’) in 2010.

Also at this year’s event – the Hall of Fame now in it’s fourth year – Twisted Sister’s Dee Snyder will be performing a selection of tunes from his 2012 release ‘Dee Does Broadway’ and death metallers Suffocation will also be inducted.