Zac Brown Band Joins BMG
Zac Brown Band has inked a new global licensing agreement with BMG, to release their upcoming studio album. The new project, which follows 2017’s Welcome Home, will be marketed through BMG and BMG’s Nashville-based recordings business, BBR Music Group, through the Wheelhouse Records imprint.
“We’ve always approached our work and music in our own way, only doing what feels right for us,” said Zac Brown. “We’re excited to have BMG as a new partner, they understand our vision and sound and will help shape this next chapter in a way that’s uniquely ours.”
Jon Loba, EVP, BBR Music Group, said, “Zac Brown Band is a musical phenomenon. Not only are they world-class musicians who have achieved 15 No. 1 radio singles, they are one of the very few acts in any genre that can sell out stadiums. We have long admired Zac not only for his music, but his philanthropic efforts through his music.”
Thomas Scherer, EVP, Repertoire & Marketing, Los Angeles, said, “The entire team is thrilled Zac Brown Band has chosen BMG as their new home and we welcome them to our family. We look forward to working together, as both our BMG recorded music and Wheelhouse Records teams deliver this exceptional release to his eagerly awaiting fans around the world.”
The band is gearing up to launch the second leg of their Down The Rabbit Hole Love Tour this March. They will embark on The Owl Tour in summer 2019. They recently released their latest single, “Someone I Used To Know.”
Zac Brown Band is Zac Brown (lead vocals, guitar), Jimmy De Martini (fiddle, vocals), John Driskell Hopkins (guitar, vocals), Clay Cook (guitar, keys, vocals), Chris Fryar (drums), Coy Bowles (guitar, keys), Daniel de los Reyes (percussion), and Matt Mangano (bass).
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