Zach Lind

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Zach Lind


Birth Name: Zachary Lind
Birth Date: 1976-03-19
Associated Acts: The Wretched Desert[1]
Twitter: https://twitter.com/zlind76
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/zlind76/

Zachary 'Zach' Lind (born 1976-03-19) is an American musician, best known for his role as drummer in Jimmy Eat World. Zach replaced early Jimmy Eat World drummer Mason Cooper in the early days of the group. Zach has been responsible for drums, percussion (1993–present); programming (1998–present), accordion (1994–1999). [2] [3]

Biography

After recording Clarity, Jimmy Eat World took a break, during which Lind got married in 1999-11-26 at the same church they recorded their 1994 spring demo tape [4]

Other Projects/Solo Work

Instruments

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External Links

Twitter: https://twitter.com/zlind76

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/zlind76/

https://thewretcheddesert.com/

  1. http://www.indyrock.es/jimmyeatworld.htm, Con Poco Hambre de Mundo, Lopez de Eguilaz, Iñaki, 2002-03, indyrock.es, indyrock.es, 2021-02-25,
  2. https://www.jimmyeatworldtourdates.com/biography/, 2001, Jimmy Eat World Tour Dates, Jimmy Eat World Tour Dates, 2021-08-24,
  3. http://www.jimmyeatworld.co.uk/, JimmyEatWorld.co.uk, https://web.archive.org/web/20160110161234/http://www.jimmyeatworld.co.uk/, 2015-01-10
  4. https://web.archive.org/web/20010606124239/http://www.jimmyeatworld.net/history.html, History, Jimmy Eat World, Jimmy Eat World, Jimmy Eat World, 2021-02-24, The Beginning(Early 1994) We started playing shows, putting on shows, meeting people and having a blast. We recorded a demo tape at a church in our home town by a guy named Jason Boreman, who is the music leader there. We actually recorded our first songs on the same stage, in spring of 94, that Zach will be getting married on on the 26th of November, 1999. Weird. So, we used that demo tape to circulate the gospel of Jimmy Eat World around Phoenix and it did just that. With that, we convinced a guy to record a seven inch for us for cheap. We recorded that, put it out on Wooden Blue Records, a label headed by two high school friends, Jeremy Yocum and Joel Leibow. While recording that seven inch, we convinced the engineer to record us for a full length cd. So, we did that and released it on Wooden Blue in December of 94. It sold about 2,000 copies all together and is now out of print.,