"Z Rock is (kinda) based on the true story of the band Z02 (brothers Paulie Z and David Z, and lifelong friend Joey Cassata) and gives a satirical look at the dark underbelly of the rock n’ roll dream. Paulie (vocals), David (bass guitar), and Joey (drums) are average, Brooklyn born-and-bred neighborhood guys doing what it takes to avoid menial jobs to pay the rent. By day, they re-invent themselves as Z Brothers: THE band to book in New York City — if you want your trust-fund five-year-old to be the envy of every blue blood in school.
Season 2 highlights include guest appearances by comedic icon Joan Rivers; comedians Jim Norton, Godfrey, Greg Giraldo, Jeff Ross, Patrice Oneal, Kurt Metzger, and Joe Matarese; musicians Daryl Hall (Hall & Oates), Dave Navarro (Jane’s Addiction), John Popper (Blues Traveler), Marky Ramone (The Ramones), Constantine Maroulis (American Idol and Broadway’s Rock of Ages), Dee Snider (Twisted Sister), J.J. French (Twisted Sister), Frank Stallone, and Mini-Kiss; former professional football player Warren Sapp; sportscaster Bonnie Bernstein (ESPN); celebrity chef and personality Betheny Frankel (Real Housewives of New York); radio producer Gary Dell’Abate (Howard Stern Show); music executive Jason Flom (Lava); heavy metal disc jockey Eddie Trunk (Q104.3); and personality Julissa Bermudez (BET). Series regulars include comedians Lynne Koplitz (playing Dina, the band’s manager) and Jay Oakerson (playing club owner Neil)." -- iTunes Store
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The bad boys of ZO2 are at it again and we sneak backstage for a peek at the second season of IFC’s Original Comedy Series Z-Rock. We slide past the groupies and go behind the scenes as David, Paulie and Joey dish out a few juicy tidbits on what’s in store for season 2. Plus we’ll show you exclusive interviews with the cast as they reveal who’s let success go to their head, and we learn the difference between ZO2 onscreen and ZO2 in real life. Guest stars include Joan Rivers, Dave Navarro, Dee Snider, Daryl Hall, Chris Jericho and Frank Stallone.
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