Zero came jointly in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA in 1984 because the brainchild of guitarist Steve Kimock and drummer Greg Anton. Both achieved musicians, both fulfilled while playing jointly in the Center of Gold Music group which later progressed into Spirits. In the first years, Zero’s lineup was rather liquid however the group still were able to to push out a few 3rd party albums: their debut in 1987, Right here Runs Nothin’, the sophomore work in 1990, Nothin’ Runs Right here, and their live record in 1991, Live: Move Listen to Nothin’. In these early years their primary focus was expanded instrumental jam-oriented tracks. In 1992 the music group took a tiny different musical path by teaming up with renowned Grateful Deceased songwriter Robert Hunter. To sing his lyrics the group earned local Bay Region blues vocalist Judge Murphy. The music group quickly began a far more extreme collaboration and along the way was able to put together a far more steady lineup. This led to their 1994 main label debut, Possibility in a Mil, a live record recorded in the fantastic American Music Hall in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA. The cooperation with Hunter ongoing and in 1997 the music group released a self-titled studio room album. This is implemented with another live record Nothin’ Lasts Forever in 1998.