Atlanta-Looking forward to being back at Eddie's Attic!
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Atlanta-Looking forward to being back at Eddie's Attic! Click on Picture for Tickets!

I'll be back for this year's North Georgia State Fair, headlining on Saturday, September 30th. See you there!

I'll be back for this year's North Georgia State Fair, headlining on Saturday, September 30th. See you there!

FREE SHOW Saturday night May 6th at 7 pm, benefiting the Boys & Girls Club of Carroll County.

Location: The AMP in Carrollton, GA

FREE SHOW Saturday night May 6th at 7 pm, benefiting the Boys & Girls Club of Carroll County.

Location: The AMP in Carrollton, GA

Waffle House Surprises Zach Seabaugh By Adding His Music to its Jukeboxes Nationwide
February 24, 2017

The Waffle House hosted an after party for Atlanta based singer-songwriter Zach Seabaugh immediately following his sold out show at Eddie’s Attic in Decatur, GA last night. The party was open to the public and featured photo opportunities, Waffle House giveaways and free food with Seabaugh on the grill and waiting tables. The highlight of the night was when Waffle House announced that Seabaugh’s self-titled EP is now playing on jukeboxes at more than 1,900 locations in 25 states across the U.S.

Seabaugh stated, “This has been an awesome night and I’m so appreciative and grateful to the Waffle House team and to all my fans that came to celebrate with me. Seeing my EP on the Waffle House jukebox and hearing it playing in the restaurant is freaking awesome. I’ve grown up going to Waffle. It’s been my family's go to for good food since I can remember, especially when traveling. I'll tell you, after getting in on the action behind the counter, I have a new appreciation for the people, the food and how hard they work. They make it look easy but it's hard work. Just a great night. Thank You Waffle House!"


Check out Zach Seabaugh's Music on the Waffle House Jukebox!

Check out Zach Seabaugh's Music on the Waffle House Jukebox!

Zach Seabaugh Takes the Stage at the Grand Ole Opry Ryman Auditorium
January 7, 2017
January 7, 2017, will be a date Zach Seabaugh will never forget.  It was 19 degrees and windy outside with snow on the ground in Nashville, Tennessee and it was the night Zach first performed on stage at the “Mother Church of Country Music” the Grand Ole Opry Ryman Auditorium. 
Zach joined country music greats Radney Foster and Kristian Bush on stage with Sylvi Davidson to sing an original song written by Bush for the upcoming musical production of “Troubadour” at the Alliance Theatre in Atlanta, GA.
After performing to a packed Saturday night auditorium, Seabaugh stated, “It was an unbelievable experience. Just to share a stage with two country music greats like Radney and Kristian was enough, but to be able to do that at the Ryman Auditorium with the legendary “Whispering” Bill Anderson hosting and the Grand Ole Opry Band playing behind me! Man, please don’t wake me up. What a great way to kick start 2017."
Seabaugh and Foster will co-star in the musical "Troubadour" by Atlanta’s Janece Shaffer (The Geller Girls) with original music by Sugarland’s Kristian Bush. Tickets are now on sale at
Grand Ole Opry Ryman Auditorium

Grand Ole Opry Ryman Auditorium

Zach visits Kids at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta AFLAC Cancer Center
December 12, 2016
Curing Kids Cancer hosted “Tea at Two” with Zach Seabaugh at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta at Scottish Rite AFLAC Cancer & Blood Disorders Center. After visiting with the kids and their parents, Zach toured the Killian Owen CKC Clinical Research Center.  Zach stated, “No child and no parent should have to be here and have go through this, but the reality is some do and I’m just grateful we have such dedicated clinical professionals and organizations like Children’s Healthcare and Curing Kids Cancer to lean on when this horrible disease comes into their lives.  I’m so honored to be part of the CKC team and just hope I was able to bring a little joy to these kids today because they certainly touched my heart.  I’m confident there is a cure for cancer and that because of the efforts of organizations like CKC and the research they are funding, we are closer than ever to finding it.”   
Zach Seabaugh is Cast in Troubadour: A World Premiere Musical by Janece Shaffer with Original Music by Sugarland's Kristian Bush
October 26, 2016

Atlanta’s Tony Award® winning Alliance Theatre is pleased to announce the cast and creative team behind its upcoming world premiere musical, Troubadour, by playwright Janece Shaffer (The Geller Girls, Broke) with original music by Grammy Award-winning recording artist Kristian Bush.  Set in 1950s Nashville, Troubadour is a romantic comedy about an unlikely group of friends whose unconventional style changes the course of country music.

The cast includes Atlanta-based actor Andrew Benator (Disgraced, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest); Nashville-based singer-songwriter Slyvie Davidson; country music singer-songwriter, musician, and music producer Radney Foster; Atlanta-based actor and singer-songwriter Rob Lawhon (Songs to Grow On, Ghost Brothers of Darkland County); Atlanta-based actor Bethany Anne Lind (One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Edward Foote), and Atlanta-based singer-songwriter and 5th place finalist of the NBC hit television series “The Voice,” Zach Seabaugh.
“We were so patient in our casting process.  We had an open call here in Atlanta and in Nashville.  We held auditions in New York.  We listened to hundreds of submissions and talked to so many people via Skype,” said playwright Janece Shaffer.  “What we were waiting for were those folks to come in the room and claim the role and everyone in this cast did just that.  And the fact that we found several of our leads in our own backyard – including Zach who is a hometown boy with a big bright future – makes it even more exciting.  
Photo caption: Troubadour Composer Kristian Bush and Playwright Janece Shaffer (center) with cast members Zach Seabaugh (left) and Radney Foster (right). Photo by A’riel Tinter.

Photo caption: Troubadour Composer Kristian Bush and Playwright Janece Shaffer (center) with cast members Zach Seabaugh (left) and Radney Foster (right). Photo by A’riel Tinter.

Zach Seabaugh & Emily Ann Roberts Back Together in Concert at Knoxville Civic Auditorium -Nov 4th 
October 25 2016

Zach Seabaugh and Emily Ann Roberts recently announced they will be back in concert together on November 4th at the Knoxville Civic Auditorium in Knoxville, TN. Producers for the show stated, “These two have a great chemistry on stage together that’s fun and entertaining to watch and some have labeled them the modern day Johnny and June.  A lot of Emily Ann’s hometown fans here in Knoxville were disappointed they couldn’t make the trip to Atlanta for a show so we partnered with IVK FM107.7, Toyota of Knoxville, NBC-WBIR-TV, and Uncle Ray’s Potato Chips to bring the show to one of Knoxville's premiere downtown venues.  We are all excited about this show and excited we are going to get to see these two perform together on stage one more time.”

Zach Seabaugh partners with Wortman Works for Management and PR Representation 
July 15, 2016
Zach Seabaugh announced he has partnered with publicist Jules Wortman and her team at Wortman Works in Nashville, TN.  Seabaugh stated, “I released my first EP in June of this year and it did really well on the charts, created a lot of buzz and I just felt it was time to take the next step and hire a publicist.  I was introduced to Jules Wortman and Lisa Chader through a friend that reached out to my Dad right after I got off the NBC show The Voice but I didn’t have any original music and really just didn’t have anything to promote at that time.  Jules was really honest and extremely generous with helping me navigate the waters early on and we became friends. So, my decision wasn’t hard on who to choose as a publicist once we all felt the timing was right and I couldn’t be more pleased.  I’m going to take my time and surround myself with the right people that I feel have my best interest in mind.  I’m just really happy Jules said yes and  I’m excited about what's next.”

Zach Seabaugh arrives at the 2016 CMT Music Awards 
June 8, 2016

After a successful release of his self-titled EP June 1, 2016,  Zach attended the CMT Music Awards at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee.  Seabaugh stated, "Country music fans are the greatest. So excited to be here and get to meet some of my fans and make some new friends. This is really fun!"
Photo: Terry Wyatt, Getty Images North America

Photo: Terry Wyatt, Getty Images North America

Zach Seabaugh's Newly Released EP takes the Top 3 spot on iTunes Country Album Chart and Top 25 on Billboard Country Charts
June 1, 2016

Zach Seabaugh released his new self-titled EP including "Nothing Good Happens After Midnight" on digital media June 1st.  Seabaugh has been busy since his appearance on Season 9 of the hit NBC show The VOICE co-writing with Emmy award winning song writer Bruce Burch and others to put together this EP of original music.  He played the songs for the first time to a packed house at Eddie's Attic in Decatur, GA and received great reviews.  The EP was produced by Paul Scholten of County Q Productions in Nashville, TN in conjunction with Open Roads Highway Entertainment.
Zach Seabaugh Records His First Originals at County Q Studio in Nashville, TN.
April 12, 2016
Zach Seabaugh was in Nashville, TN this week recording his first EP at County Q Recording Studio with Producer Paul Scholten and music engineer Ace (Nick Lutz) at the helm.  Seabaugh stated, “What an awesome experience to work in the studio with Paul and Ace. The studio musicians they put together were unbelievable and my fans are going to like what comes out of there.  I’m so excited about what we have created and ready for the world to hear it."

“County Q has been turning peoples' musical dreams into reality since 1985 and  we are passionate about producing great records. It was a pleasure to work with such a young and talented artist like Zach Seabaugh”—Paul Scholten

Zach & Paul Scholten

Zach & Paul Scholten

Encore Concert with Zach Seabaugh & Emily Ann Roberts Announced Today
March 21 2016

Open Roads Highway Entertainment announced today that Zach Seabaugh and Emily Ann Roberts will be back in concert together on June 15th at the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre in Atlanta.  Drew Tutton with Open Roads Highway Entertainment stated, "I heard over and over again from fans who attended the concert in February that watching these two perform together was simply magical.  We also heard from many disappointed fans that didn't get tickets to the show because they sold out so quickly so we were determined to get these two back together for an encore performance as soon as possible.  We partnered with the Marietta Daily Journal to host a concert in June with Zach Seabaugh and Emily Ann Roberts at the Cobb Energy Centre, one of Atlanta's premiere venues and we predict it will be a concert people will be talking about for a long time."

Zach Seabaugh Is Staying Busy Writing New Music 
March 18, 2016 

Zach Seabaugh has been hard at work trying to develop the right songs for his first EP and feels he hit the jackpot when he got the opportunity to meet hit songwriter Bruce Burch through a mutual friend.  Zach stated, “I’ve been writing with a number of great people and have learned so much about songwriting over the past few months.  One person in particular is Bruce Burch.  I was so fortunate to meet Mr. Burch and so thankful he’s taken the time to sit down,write some songs and just mentor me.  I've been able to to work with others like Wally Montgomery too because of Mr. Burch. It's really been a lot of fun.  I think we’ve come up with some pretty great songs and I can’t wait get in the studio and get them recorded so I can share them with my fans. I hope to be one of the artist added to Mr. Burch's long list of #1 hits!"

About Bruch Burch

Bruce Burch & Zach

Bruce Burch & Zach

Seabaugh Gives Cobb County a Concert to Remember
February 26, 2016
Seabaugh didn’t disappoint the sold out crowd at the Earl Smith Strand Theater when he and Emily Ann Roberts took the stage for their first concert together. Seabaugh surprised the audience when he magically appeared rising slowly out of the stage to start the show, igniting the audience of more than 550 to their feet.  Seabaugh later paid tribute to his grandfather for turning him on to country music legends Elvis Presley and Johnny Cash giving an energetic performance of Heart Break Hotel and Folsom Prison Blues. Emily Ann Roberts later entered the stage to a standing ovation singing a duet with Zach of George Straits hit song Run.  A fan stated after the show, “The concert was amazing! The chemistry between Emily Ann and Zach is amazing.  It’s as if they’ve been singing together for years! These two could be the new face of country and I know are both going to be superstars.  I'm glad I was here and can’t wait until the next show.”
Zach Seabaugh Announced he has signed on with Authentic Talent & Literary Management in LA
February 23, 2016

Zach Seabaugh has signed on with Authentic Talent in Los Angeles to manage his scripted and unscripted talent including television, film and theater. Zach stated, I really enjoy entertaining people.  I enjoy it all, performing a concert, acting on stage or acting for television or film it's all fun to me.  I'm excited about pursuing more  opportunities in these areas and grateful to have Authentic Talent & Literary Management to help manage this area of my career."    Authentic’s clients are some of the top artists in their respective fields. Many have been nominated for and won top awards, starred in box office blockbusters and Sundance hits, as well as Broadway and off-Broadway hits and small-screen favorites.
Zach Seabaugh Joins Wilhelmina Modeling in LA as a Celebrity Model
February 15 2016

Zach Seabaugh has joined Wilhelmina Modeling in Los Angeles as a celebrity model.  Zach stated, "Wilhelmina Modeling is one of the most prominent modeling/talent management agencies in the world and I'm excited to be working with them".

Zach Seabaugh's Live Concert with Emily Ann Roberts sells out in less than 24 Hours
January 29, 2016

Andy Gaines with the  Earl Smith Strand Theater stated, "Tickets went on sale at 11:00AM yesterday for Zach's February 26th concert and lines at the box office were already down the street.  Internet sales were on fire too, so much that it briefly frozen our system on several occasions.  It was exciting to see so much excitement in our community from those wanting to part of Zach's first concert since his appearance on The VOICE."  Zach's concert with guest performers Emily Ann Roberts and Sydney Rhame will be one to remember for the sell out crowd of more than 540 seats.  The young performers definitely have a huge following here in Georgia and we all have something exciting to watch unfold in the near future.  Special thanks to O'Dell & O'Neal Attorney's and Metro Atlanta Ambulance Service for their sponsorship and support of this event.

Zach Seabaugh supports the Davis Direction Foundation (DDF)
November 2105 

"Education is the key to helping stop the horrible addiction to heroin and the DDF is really making an impact through their work and is giving families and addicts real hope for recovery.   I hope my fans will join me and support the DDF by making a donation" 
Zach Seabaugh

The DDF was created to educate and support communities throughout the country to better understand the growing crisis of narcotic and heroin addiction. People young and old are getting addicted to prescription narcotics and heroin at record numbers.  Once they no longer have access to or can afford prescription narcotics like hydrocodone, codeine and oxycodone, they turn to the streets for heroin.  People are dying in record numbers and these are not the down and out, homeless characters portrayed on television.  Today's addict is our high school valedictorians, college professors, physicians, lawyers, nurses and athletes.  It's our next door neighbor, our wife, husband, son or daughter.  The Davis Direction Foundation is working to help people overcome and remove the shame and guilt associated with the disease so it can be addressed openly and honestly in communities throughout the country.  Go to for more information.