About the Artist


 

 

Nothing Good Happens After Midnight - single

 


”His solid baritone carries this up tempo romantic number with confidence and aplomb. The thumping rhythm track is especially cool.

A contender, for sure.” -
Robert Oermann, Music Row

 

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Troubadour the Musical – Alliance Theater 2017

 

“It’s hard for me to know when Zach is acting,

as he’s playing the future of country music, but he IS the future.“ 

- Troubadour Musical Director, Kristian Bush (Sugarland)

 


Zach Seabaugh is a country singer-songwriter based in Atlanta, GA. 

In 2015, Zach auditioned for the NBC show ‘The Voice,’ and went on to become a member of Team Blake. The then 16-year old placed fifth in the overall competition and his dream of pursuing a career in country music was set in motion. 

Following ‘The Voice,’ Zach released a 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. Last fall, he was tapped to perform at KICKS 101.5’s “Country Fair 2016” in Atlanta, along with headliners Lady Antebellum, Jennifer Nettles, Chris Janson and more; and he opened for Jennifer Nettles in Charlotte, NC and Chattanooga, TN. 

In early 2017, Zach starred alongside acclaimed singer-songwriter Radney Foster in the musical "Troubadour" at the Alliance Theatre in Atlanta, which featured original music by Kristian Bush (Sugarland). He also made his debut on the Grand Ole Opry stage in January and returned to the Ryman in April, performing at a benefit concert with The SteelDrivers, Charles Kelley, Aberdeen Green and more.

Zach made several appearances at this year's CMA Music Fest, including an acoustic performance on the Music City Stage. Spending much of his time writing songs in Nashville and performing nationwide, Zach will release new music throughout the year and is slated to headline the North Georgia State Fair in September. 

  

*Please email Elyse Wiser at ewiser@wortmanworks.com for any media/interview requests.