Take It From the Top: Vincent Zandri’s “Godchild”

Vincent Zandri: Godchild

“The Land Rover headlights drill through the early morning desert darkness, two fiery eyes burning on the silent horizon barely an hour before the sun rises over Monterrey.

Four A.M.

The appointed time.

She’d been waiting for them, per instructions from her L.A. contact. The Halogen signal promised just last night in Houston when finally, over caviar, Dom and cocaine, she signed on to do the deal.”

– the opening lines of Vincent Zandri’s 2000 novel, “Godchild”

Writer-drummer Vincent Zandri will be behind the drum kit for his pentultimate performance with the Blisterz at 8pm on Saturday at Dublin’s in Troy. Sharing the stage will be Hijinx and Public Noise Concern. Admission is $5.

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One Response to “Take It From the Top: Vincent Zandri’s “Godchild””

  1. Thanks Sarge!
    Cheers
    Vin

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