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Canadian Music Group Gen:Zed Reveals What It Was Like Performing For The First Time In Over A Year

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The year 2020 was unlike any other for everyone. As the world came to adjust to changes to our everyday routines and staying home and socially distant, things like concerts have taken a back seat. This has affected musicians in a variety of ways. Recently Canadian music trio Gen:Zed had the opportunity to perform as part of a virtual concert event. Not only did it mark the first performance in a year, but it also was the first performance under the new name.

In January it was announced that the group formerly known as GFORCE would rebrand itself following the departure of two members. Made up of Ava Ro, Holly Gorski and Michela Luci, Gen:Zed is moving forward with their music. The VCR – Virtual Concert Reality special event featured the group performing covers of Olivia Rodrigo’s viral hit “Driver’s License”, Stevie Nick’s “Edge of Seventeen” and BLACKPINK’s “DDU-DU DDU-DU”.

In a behind the scenes look at what it took to make the performance happen Gen:Zed offers fans an honest look at everything that this era brings. Watch the video below.

Trevor Decker


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