Zoro, an adjunct instructor of percussion in the School of Music, was recently interviewed on Glenn Beck’s “Liberty Treehouse” program about his book, The Big Gig: Big Picture Thinking for Success. Zoro’s touring and recording credits range from Lenny Kravitz to Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons to New Edition, along with countless other global acts. The Big Gig is an intriguing and comprehensive insider’s guide for independent musicians who want to break into the highly competitive music industry, but the book also provides a template for success – for everyone, regardless of career – by covering the vocational, personal and spiritual aspects of achievement. Click here to view the interview about the book.
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