Like many artists from the South Zach Seabaugh's love affair with music was born in the choir pews of Marietta First United Methodist Church just north of Atlanta, Georgia. Performing came naturally for him and he excelled in musical theatre and chorus all while playing the guitar and studying the timeless genre of country music. His appearance on the hit NBC television show The VOICE at 16 years old served as his introduction to millions of fans all over the world. The unique blend of his refined vocal ability with classic country music and his ability to deliver an exciting performance on stage is one of the things that sets him apart from other artists. He ultimately placed 5th on the 9th season of The VOICE and his dream of pursuing a career in country music was set in stone.
Zach released his self-titled, five song EP in the summer of 2016, which entered the iTunes Country Album Chart at #3, and Billboard’s Country Music Charts at #25. He quickly became a favorite his hometown of Atlanta, performing at KICKS 101.5 “Country Fair 2016,” along with headliners Lady Antebellum, Jennifer Nettles, Chris Janson and more; and opened for Jennifer Nettles in Charlotte, NC and Chattanooga, TN.
In 2017, he’ll be starring alongside Radney Foster in the musical “Troubadour” at the Alliance Theatre in Atlanta, featuring original music by Kristian Bush.
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