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Zac Brown Band to play at Colonial Life Arena

Tickets for Grammy Award-winners' show to go on sale this Saturday Grammy-winning Atlanta country sextet Zac Brown Band will play the Colonial Life Arena on March 23. Performing with opener Trombone Shorty, the band’s Columbia stop is one in a series of five March performances in Southern cities. The winners of the 2009 “Best New Artist” Grammy visited Clemson, Mississippi State and LSU on their …

Zac Brown Band to play in Columbia in March

The Zac Brown Band, a country band with rock music edge and one of the hottest touring bands regardless of genre, will perform at the Colonial Life Arena March 23.

Zac Brown Band serves it up big and satisfies

Zac Brown brought earthy fun and good music to a packed house at Germain Arena Friday night.

Musical feast: Zac Brown Band fills fans' appetites for songs, food

Clay Cook envisions a time when he and fellow Zac Brown Band members will feed more than fans' hunger for their music. The Atlanta-based band already holds Eat & Greet events, where a couple hundred fans pay about $50 to enjoy dinner with the band. Cook, who plays guitar, organ, mandolin, pedal steel and provides vocals, said the band is cooking up bigger plans

Zac Brown Band headlines Summerfest

Summerfest announced the Zac Brown Band will headline the Marcus Amphitheater on Thursday, July 5 at 7:30 p.m. The announcement marks the third Big Gig headliner to be announced so far.

Zac Brown Band to headline Marcus Amphitheater

MILWAUKEE — Zac Brown Band will headline the Marcus Amphitheater on Thursday, July 5th during the 45th annual Summerfest on…

Zac Brown Band to play Tampa

The Zac Brown Band, like Kenny Chesney , does a great job of recreating the carefree, fun-in-the-sun atmosphere Jimmy Buffett has been banking with for decades.

Zac Brown Band in Tampa: Just call him Jimmy 'Buffet'

They say the quickest way to a man’s heart is through his stomach, and that apparently goes for concertgoers with the munchies, too. Atlanta’s Zac Brown Band has rapidly become the next Jimmy Buffett, the next Kenny Chesney — not just strummin’ musicians but get-a-babysitter, call-in-sick-the-next-day party throwers, as well — by prefacing its roots-rock regalia with epic feasts. ZBB’s culinary …

Zac Brown Band, Performing At Mandalay Bay, Seeing Wild Career Success

He's been a rock star since he started playing music full time at the age of 20. It's just that nobody knew it but him. "Being a rock star is a frame of mind," explains John Driskell Hopkins, bassist and singer in country-rock fireballs the Zac Brown Band.