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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."
 
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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 https://alliancetheatre.org/production/troubadour
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.”