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The Zac Brown Band is an American country music group that formed in 2002. Led by singer-songwriter Zac Brown, the band's distinctive sound blends country, Southern rock, and bluegrass influences. Known for their dynamic live performances and heartfelt lyrics, the Zac Brown Band gained widespread recognition with their breakthrough single "Chicken Fried" in 2008, which topped country charts.

The band's lineup includes talented musicians contributing to their unique sound, and they have consistently delivered chart-topping albums, including "The Foundation" (2008) and "You Get What You Give" (2010). Notable hits like "Toes," "Colder Weather," and "Homegrown" showcase their ability to capture a diverse range of emotions and musical styles.

Beyond commercial success, the Zac Brown Band has earned critical acclaim and multiple awards, including Grammy Awards for Best New Artist and Best Country Album. Their commitment to musical diversity and authenticity has solidified their place as one of the leading acts in contemporary country music.

In partnership with Reach Music Publishing, Truly Music represents band members Coy Bowles, John Driskell Hopkins, & Zac Brown

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