Zac Brown is an American Country Singer. He is also the bandleader of the Zac Brown Band. He has been a part of the band since its formation in the year 2002. He was born on the 31st of July in the year 1978. He grew up in Atlanta, Georgia in the United States of America. He used to live in Dahlonega which is a small town in the northern Georgia Mountains. He comes from a middle-class family where his father worked for Coca Cola and was also involved in many health clubs, whereas his mother sold insurance. He was the 11th kid in a family of twelve kids and had to grow up in a split family.
His stepmom was an Office Manager and his stepdad was a Dentist. He graduated from the University of West Georgia. He was exposed to music at a very early age as his elder brother, who was 21 years older than him, used to play as well as some of his other brothers. At the age of seven, Zac started taking classical guitar lessons. He started doing solo gigs in school. He is married to Personal Stylist Shelly Brown and has five children with her. Georgia Brown, Joni Brown, Justice Brown, Lucy Brown, and Alexander Frost Brown are the names of his children in the chronological order.
He has won an Academy of Country Music Award for the Best Vocal Event of the Year. His first album to catch the public attention was Zac Brown with Alpine which released in 2002. His most popular album, however, is The Foundation which was launched in the year 2008. 2010’s You Get What You Give and 2014’s Greatest Hits So Far also sold out well in the market. His latest work was in the year 2015 when he came out with his record called Jekyll + Hyde.
Zac is considered as one of the brightest stars who transformed the paradigm of the country music genre with his stunning performances. He is a record label head, record producer, and a philanthropist as he endlessly works to make this world a better place. As a child, he vowed to open a camp when he grew up to help others. He creates a unique combination of country, reggae, Caribbean and bluegrass music which appeals to both jam band hippies and his country fans. His first two self-produced records sold almost 30,000 copies.