Zammuto's second act pays homage to his past

San Antonio Current | April 20, 2012
Nick Zammuto has been many things in his life: an entry-level grunt at an L.A.-based pharmaceutical company, an Appalachian Trail hiker (literally, not figuratively), and for six years a devoted homesteader on a Vermont mountaintop where he and his family built a house and grew most of their food. But the 2011 breakup of the sonic scrap-heap pop group the Books — which Zammuto occupied opposite cellist Paul de Jong through a decade of critical acclaim — resulted in two new jobs: serving as public relations and front man for his new project, which bears his surname.

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