Zang was backed on these two songs by Frank Metis & His Orchestra. A little googling didn't uncover much about them either.
Praguefrank's Country Music Discographies is a cool site and it has this listed as Zang's first single, from '59. "White Silence" was written by one Frank Cavall, who is another mystery to me. The flip, "With the Good Lord Willing," was written by Zang himself.
Both are unusual and enjoyable. It's pop, it's orchestral, it's a little country, maybe? White Silence sounds like the theme song to Blazing Saddles, to me, anyway. This is some unique stuff. So enjoy it, Quieteers:
With the Good Lord Willing:
Another mystery is the label, Mark Records, outta Utica, New York. This rockabilly song was also released on Mark: