Electrical roots rocker and Eastern Iowa indigenous David Zollo has produced a name for himself like a single artist, a sideman (setting up barrelhouse piano and Hammond organ for several fellow roots rockers), and an independent-label owner. Zollo started playing piano at four. Affected by his article writer/journalist father’s considerable collection of classic American music, he was interesting relatives and buddies with R&B addresses by his teenager years. In the first ’90s, Zollo founded the music group Large & Lonesome, which specialised in Mick Taylor-era Rolling Rocks, Southern rock and roll, blues-rock, and option country-rock. The music group released three albums on Zollo’s personal Trailer Information label and toured thoroughly. However, the strain and stress of the street manifested itself when Zollo was pressured to undergo neck medical procedures. David Zollo produced the long street to recovery, but Large & Lonesome dissolved. Uneasy Road, an recording that started as a higher & Lonesome documenting, evolved right into a Zollo single work. The keyboardist also laid down secrets for vocalist/songwriter Greg Dark brown and guitarist/manufacturer Bo Ramsey (Lucinda Williams), and spent per year in Nashville as an associate of Todd Snider’s Nervus Rex. 2002 noticed the discharge of Big Evening, another single filled with Zollo’s milk-and-whiskey rasp and music that went the gamut through the Rolling Rocks honky tonk to country-rock/blues-rock to heartland rock and roll. Zollo penned all except one song for the disc.