• Zeb Turner

    Zeb Turner (June 23, 1915 – January 10, 1978) was an American country music songwriter and guitarist, and pioneer of rockabilly.

  • It's a Sin (Zeb Turner song)

    "It's a Sin" is a country song written by country guitarist Zeb Turner and music publisher Fred Rose. The 1947 version by Eddy Arnold was his second number one on the Country & Western charts, spending five weeks at number one and a total of thirty-eight weeks on the chart. The B-side of "It's a Sin", a song entitled, "I Couldn't Believe it Was True" would peak at number four on the same chart.

  • Zeb Cope

    Zebulun Shomari "Zeb" Cope (born February 17, 1982) is a retired American professional basketball player. He played for six seasons in leagues in Spain, Switzerland, and France. Cope was a two-time Swiss League champion and as its most valuable player twice.

  • Book Zeb and Haniya

    Book Zeb and Haniya

    Zeb and Haniya are a singer-songwriter duo from Lahore, Pakistan whose debut album, Chup (Hush), broke to glowing reviews in Pakistan. Their music speaks to a shared base of human experience while evoking the rich and textured soundscapes of West Asia. Cutting edge and commercially successful, the musicians write their own songs and additionally rework existing melodies of Afghanistan, Pakistan, and India. In doing so, the musicians carve a space for music that transcends national boundaries. Zeb and Haniya’s songs are influenced by the classical tradition of the Indian subcontinent, Latin and West African grooves, American folk, and blues. Their latest recordings have included songs in Turkish, Dari, and Pashto, and their music has been claimed by diverse audiences across West Asia. They have additionally performed in Malaysia, Italy, France, Pakistan, the U.S., and Norway.

  • Zeb and Haniya

    Zeb and Haniya (Pashto: زیب اور حانیا‎, pronounced as "Zayb aur Haa-nee-ya") was a Pakistani music duo from Kohat, active from 2007 to 2014. The pair have sung songs in Urdu, Pashto, Dari and Turkish, combining pop with folk music to create a diverse body of work. Their music has been described as alternative, art folk, ethnic blues and easy listening by international reviewers and critics.

  • Zeb V. Walser

    Zeb Vance Walser (1863–1940) was an attorney and North Carolina politician. Named for Governor Zebulon B. Vance, Walser nevertheless became active in the Republican Party rather than Vance's Democrats.

  • Zeb Kendall House

    The Zeb Kendall House, at 159 University Ave. in Tonopah, Nevada, United States, was built in 1906. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.

  • Zeb Stough

    Zeb Stough

    Zeb Stough is an American baseball player from Lewisberry, Pennsylvania who plays as a third baseman. He committed to play for the High Point baseball team.

  • Zeb Adreon

    Zeb Adreon

    Zeb Adreon is an American baseball player from Pleasantville, Iowa who plays as an outfielder. He committed to play for the Iowa baseball team.

  • Faisal Zeb

    Faisal Zeb is a Pakistani politician who has been a member of the Provincial Assembly of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa since August 2018.

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