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Zac Brown Band Bio

Zac Brown Band is one of country music’s most exciting groups. Their unique blend of country and rock has won them fans all over the country and earned them airplay on country and pop radio stations alike. Fans pack concert halls and arenas to see the group play live – Zac Brown Band tickets are a hot commodity not just in traditional country strongholds like Nashville and the band’s hometown of Atlanta, but also in big cities like New York City and Los Angeles. Zac Brown Band’s appeal is so broad because their music is so multi-dimensional – Zac Brown Band tunes routinely borrow elements from a variety of genres, including rock and roll, country, folk, and southern rock. It’s no surprise that they’ve become superstars in the United States and beyond.

It wasn’t always this way. Not too long ago, the members of Zac Brown Band were toiling in relative obscurity, playing their music for anyone who would listen, waiting for their shot at the big time. Their country roots and remarkable story are part of what makes them such an important band.

The story of Zac Brown Band starts with its leader and the band’s namesake, Zac Brown. Zac was born Zachry Alexander Brown in 1978. He was born in Atlanta, Georgia, and was raised northeast of there, on Lake Lanier.

Brown’s Lake Lanier childhood was a true country upbringing, one that would inform his music for the rest of his life. Many of Brown’s songs deal with Southern settings and traditional country themes.

Zac Brown fell in love with music at a very early age. He got his first guitar at age 8, though country music wasn’t the first thing he got to play. His stepfather, a doctor, got one of his patients to teach the young Zac classical guitar. But classical music wasn’t want Zac wanted to play. Brown managed to get through two years of the classical guitar lessons, but he eventually drifted away from the music he was supposed to practice.

Instead, Brown found himself drawn to bluegrass music. His biological father visited on weekends, and together he, Zac, and Zac’s brother would play bluegrass music together. The country style called to him more than classical music ever had, and soon Brown was focused entirely on country, folk, and bluegrass.

In high school, Brown started to play his first live shows. He played as a solo artist, inspired by singer-songwriters like James Taylor. Brown would cover country songs for local audiences. You didn’t need Zac Brown Band tickets to see Zac back then – he’d play for free in local venues around his home in Georgia.

Brown didn’t stay put for long. In addition to heading off to the University of West Georgia, he started going on tours and playing gigs in other areas of the Southeastern United States. With his dog, Pete, for company, Zac would travel around and bring his music to audiences far from his Georgia home.

Brown was determined to bring his music to as many people as possible, so he kept up a grueling tour schedule that had him playing 200 shows a year, averaging more than one show every two days. His backing band in those days was just two other musicians. It was hard work, but Brown was sure that his dedication would pay off.

Brown didn’t merely tour and hope to get noticed – he also took his musical future into his own hands. He started his own music label, Southern Ground (originally called Home Grown, a name changed for legal reasons) in 2003. The following year, he founded a music venue and restaurant called Zac’s Place with his father.

Brown’s investments paid off when a developer bought his restaurant, giving him enough money to buy tour bus. Once again, Brown was on the road and playing a ton of shows.

This time around, though, Brown’s band had an album to promote wherever they showed up. The group’s first record, Homegrown, came out in 2004. It was an independent release and featured a different lineup than the one that would make Zac Brown Band famous, but it was a landmark moment in Zac Brown’s career.

The lineup changes came soon after the release of that first album. First, the band added violinist Jimmy De Martini after playing with him for a few nights in a row at a bar in Kennesaw, Georgia. Then Brown brought on John Driskell Hopkins, an old friend and multi-instrumentalist, and added him to the band. The group brought on Coy Bowles around the same time.

Things weren’t easy for the next couple of years. The band toured incessantly and recorded what would someday be their breakthrough hit – “Chicken Fried” – but while plenty of fans were buying Zac Brown Band tickets, not enough were buying Zac Brown Band records or requesting Zac Brown Band songs on the radio.

Zac Brown was broke and sleeping in his van when another band, Lost Trailers, called and asked to record “Chicken Fried.” Brown agreed, but only if the band didn’t release it as a single, something Brown still dreamed of doing. Lost Trailers, under the guidance of powerful Nashville executive Joe Galante, broke the agreement. But Brown fought back, calling his lawyer and having the song taken off the air.

The move could have been disastrous for Brown – he’d just angered one of country music’s most important industry figures – but instead it got him noticed. In 2008, Zac Brown Band signed a deal with Live Nation Artists Records and added a new drummer, Chris Fryar. They re-recorded “Chick Fried,” which finally got airplay this time around.

The song took off, and the band took off with it. The band’s debut single hit number one on the country charts, and suddenly Zac Brown Band’s major label debut, The Foundation, was selling just as quickly as all of those Zac Brown Band tickets. The band that had been a great live act for years was finally getting recognition in stores and on the radio.

Zac Brown Band had been handed a golden opportunity, and they didn’t squander it. They added multi-instrumentalist and vocalist Clay Cook to their lineup and went back to the studio to record again. 2010’s You Get What You Give earned critical acclaim and cemented the group as a fixture in the country music scene.

Since their major breakthrough, the members of Zac Brown Band haven’t slowed down a bit. They’ve released more albums, including Uncaged (2012) and Jekyll + Hyde (2015). They’ve added another member, bass guitarist Matt Mangano. And they’ve even made appearances at major sporting events, singing the National Anthem at the 2013 BCS National Championship Game and the 2014 NHL Winter Classic. And even after making it big, the band remains committed to touring and playing live shows as much as possible. Everything else may have changed for Zac Brown Band, but they’re still as committed as ever to their fans.

Top 3 Zac Brown Band Tracks:

Colder Weather
Jump Right In

Zac Brown Band Albums

The Foundation
  • Toes
  • Whatever It Is
  • Where the Boat Leaves From
  • Violin Intro to Free
  • Free
  • Chicken Fried
  • Mary
  • Different Kind of Fine
  • Highway 20 Ride
  • It's Not OK
  • Jolene
  • Sic 'Em on a Chicken
  • 42:42
You Get What You Give
  • Let It Go
  • Knee Deep (featuring Jimmy Buffett)
  • No Hurry
  • I Play the Road
  • Cold Hearted
  • Whiskey's Gone
  • Quiet Your Mind
  • Colder Weather
  • Settle Me Down
  • As She's Walking Away (featuring Alan Jackson)
  • Keep Me in Mind
  • Who Knows
  • Martin
  • Make This Day
  • 60:39
  • Jump Right In
  • Uncaged
  • Goodbye in Her Eyes
  • The Wind
  • Island Song
  • Sweet Annie
  • Natural Disaster
  • Overnight (featuring Trombone Shorty)
  • Lance's Song
  • Day That I Die (featuring Amos Lee)
  • Last But Not Least
  • 44:08[14]

Zac Brown Band Members

  • Clay Cook
  • Daniel de los Reyes
  • Chris Fryar
  • John Driskell Hopkins

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Cheap Zac Brown Band Tickets

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$6.00 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo - Zac Brown Band — 03/12/2018
NRG Stadium; Houston, TX
$8.00 Zac Brown Band — 05/02/2015
Ford Center; Evansville, IN
$8.00 Zac Brown Band — 04/02/2016
INTRUST Bank Arena; Wichita, KS
$17.00 Zac Brown Band — 12/10/2015
KFC Yum! Center (University of Louisville); Louisville, KY
$21.00 Zac Brown Band — 05/09/2015
Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre at Encore Park; Alpharetta, GA
$23.00 Zac Brown Band — 10/07/2015
Isleta Amphitheater; Albuquerque, NM
$23.00 Zac Brown Band — 10/06/2017
Time Warner Cable Music Pavilion; Raleigh, NC
$24.00 Zac Brown Band — 10/03/2014
Gexa Energy Pavilion; Dallas, TX
$25.00 Zac Brown Band — 09/24/2017
1-800-ASK-GARY Amphitheatre; Tampa, FL
$26.00 Zac Brown Band — 05/07/2015
Time Warner Cable Music Pavilion; Raleigh, NC

Best and Most Expensive Zac Brown Band Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$4,200.00Zac Brown Band — 09/03/2015
Molson Amphitheatre; Toronto, ON
$645.00Zac Brown Band — 03/19/2016
Hard Rock Cafe Chicago; Chicago, IL
$308.00CMT Music Festival - 2 Day Pass — 07/08/2016
Bingemans; Kitchener, ON
$298.00Zac Brown Band — 07/14/2016
Scotiabank Saddledome; Calgary, AB
$296.00Zac Brown Band — 08/13/2016
Minute Maid Park; Houston, TX
$252.00Zac Brown Band — 05/08/2015
Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre at Encore Park; Alpharetta, GA
$250.00Zac Brown Band — 06/04/2016
Irvine Meadows; Irvine, CA
$249.00Zac Brown Band — 10/29/2015
Southern Ground Amphitheater; Fayetteville, GA
$239.00KaaBoo Festival - 3 Day Pass — 09/18/2015
Del Mar Fairgrounds; Del Mar, CA
$194.00Zac Brown Band — 09/14/2017
Arkansas Music Pavilion; Fayetteville, AR