Zavin (zā-vin) is an American duo studio band formed by two brothers, Vince and Zach, in south eastern Pennsylvania. With influences from nearly every genre of music, their writing styles can range from folk, country, and gospel to blues, rock and everything in between.
These brothers two began their journey into music composition and performance at the ripe young ages of 9 and 7, respectively. Using a tennis racket as a guitar and a couple of sticks and a bed post as drums, they penned and performed their debut single titled “Girls Heads, Pig Snouts”. This song told of the disdain that every young boy experiences for those so-called “cooties” that every said young boy is sure that his female counterparts are shamelessly carrying on their pint-sized bodies. As they grew and matured, their songwriting followed suit and, thankfully, their fear of cooties waned to nothing more than an afterthought.
Fast-forward twenty-five years and you find them here still playing their guitars (they’ve since graduated from rackets and sticks), singing their songs and making music for the masses. Most of their time is spent recording in home studios and releasing their work to the interwebs for the listening pleasure of anyone who might be interested in such things. Every once in a while, though, they will venture out into the wild to unleash their musical musings on an unsuspecting crowd.