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[[Carl Zappa|Carl Lewis Zappa]] ([[Baltimore]], Maryland, September 10, 1948 <ref>http://globalia.net/donlope/fz/notes/1940-1951.html</ref>) is one of [[Frank Zappa|FZ]]'s brothers.
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'''Carl Lewis Zappa''' ([[Baltimore]], Maryland, September 10, 1948 <ref>http://globalia.net/donlope/fz/notes/1940-1951.html</ref> - November 10-11, 2020) was one of [[Frank Zappa|FZ]]'s brothers.
  
 
==Biography==
 
==Biography==
  
He was born in 1948 as the third child and son of [[Francis Zappa]] (1905-1973) and [[Rose Marie Zappa]] (1912-2004). His two older brothers were [[Frank Zappa]] (1940-1993) and [[Bobby Zappa]] (1943-2018), while his younger sister was [[Patrice Zappa]], aka "Candy" (1951).  
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He was born in 1948 as the third child and son of [[Francis Zappa]] (1905-1973) and [[Rose Marie Zappa]] (1912-2004). His two older brothers were [[Frank Zappa]] (1940-1993) and [[Bobby Zappa]] (1943-2018), while his younger sister was [[Patrice Zappa]], aka ''"Candy" (1951)''.  
  
 
Carl Zappa sang ''"Riot in Cell Block #9"'' with [[The Blackouts]] at the Antelope Valley fair.
 
Carl Zappa sang ''"Riot in Cell Block #9"'' with [[The Blackouts]] at the Antelope Valley fair.
  
 
He appears in the video ''"[[Uncle Meat (The Film) |Uncle Meat]]"'' and is referenced in the song ''[[Dummy Up]]'' on ''[[Roxy & Elsewhere]]''.
 
He appears in the video ''"[[Uncle Meat (The Film) |Uncle Meat]]"'' and is referenced in the song ''[[Dummy Up]]'' on ''[[Roxy & Elsewhere]]''.
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In 2020 [[Patrice Zappa]] announced that Carl Zappa had passed away.
  
 
==Notes==
 
==Notes==

Latest revision as of 13:29, 11 November 2020

Carl Lewis Zappa (Baltimore, Maryland, September 10, 1948 [1] - November 10-11, 2020) was one of FZ's brothers.

Biography

He was born in 1948 as the third child and son of Francis Zappa (1905-1973) and Rose Marie Zappa (1912-2004). His two older brothers were Frank Zappa (1940-1993) and Bobby Zappa (1943-2018), while his younger sister was Patrice Zappa, aka "Candy" (1951).

Carl Zappa sang "Riot in Cell Block #9" with The Blackouts at the Antelope Valley fair.

He appears in the video "Uncle Meat" and is referenced in the song Dummy Up on Roxy & Elsewhere.

In 2020 Patrice Zappa announced that Carl Zappa had passed away.

Notes

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