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With a sold out crowd of 1000 people Zach's first European performance was a huge success! Zach was also asked to join the great Kenny Neal on stage along with Matt Long of the UK blues/rock band Catfish for the big finale of the Blues Alive Music Festival. Click the link below for the article.
This will mark 3 years of summer tours to Colorado for Zach and this year is bigger and better than ever with shows all across the mountain towns!
Home sweet home! The good folks of Mississippi know how to welcome their hometown son back to Leland for the ever growing Leland Christmas on the Creek festival. Zach will be headlining the festival with his full band.
The mountains have been calling and Zach is answering with over 2 weeks of shows from Idaho Springs all the way to Aspen.
From Baton Rouge, Louisiana to Orlando, Florida Zach is going to be covering some miles playing shows all along the Gulf Coast.
"I teamed up with the guys from Austin Artist Spotlight and together with the help of my bluegrass playing friends Jamie, Daniel and Billy, we got into Cedar Creek Studios and recorded three live originals with audio and video. Ive never recorded any of my songs with a bluegrass style so I'm very excited to get this out to the world!"
Zach's second cut from the Cedar Creek Sessions is "Pulpwood Logger". This song was written based on stories from Zach's grandfather of logging back in the 40's and 50's in Copiah County, MS.
Born to be Lonely is an original and also a favorite of the fans. This song has been developing over the years and has finally found a place with Zach's new band, Zach Day and the Texas Horse Pirates!
This interview with Zach is not your typical interview. Dont expect to hear your typical questions and or answers.
Gregg Allman's "Come And Go Blues" covered by Mississippi artist Zach Day
Live performance of original "Feel Like I Was Made" as headliners of Songwriters Fest in Dunlieth, MS
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