Zac Brown Band Headline Sold Out Country 2 Country Concert At London's O2 Arena On March 15th 201412 Mar 2014
Zac Brown Band Headline Sold Out Country 2 Country Concert At London's O2 Arena On March 15th 2014
Zac Brown Band, the three - time GRAMMY Award winning and multi-platinum selling artists - will be in the UK next month to headline the sold out Country 2 Country concert at London's O2 Arena on March 15. Last year single "Jump Right In" was the 10th highest played song on BBC Radio 2.
The critically acclaimed seven-piece have recently released The Grohl Sessions Vol.1, produced by Dave Grohl. As well as producing Grohl plays drums on "Let It Rain", he also made an appearance at the Country Music Awards with Zac Brown Band late last year performing drums on new track "Day for The Dead".
Renowned for their electrifying live shows the band performed to over 1.5 million fans in 2013, with over 70 headline dates and more than a dozen major festival appearances. In the UK they won an army of new fans when they appeared at Glastonbury Festival and Hard Rock Calling, they also sold out their first UK headline show at London's Shepherds Bush Empire.
The band have become one of music's most heralded acts and have released three platinum selling albums. Their last album Uncaged debuted at number one on the Billboard 200, it received a 2013 GRAMMY award and has sold over one million copies. The album followed Zac Brown Band's major label triple platinum debut The Foundation and number one follow-up You Get What You Give. Together the three albums have sold over six million copies and produced an unprecedented series of eleven consecutive number one hit singles in the US.
Along with recent collaborator Dave Grohl Zac Brown Band count Bruce Springsteen and Kings of Leon among their ever expanding fan base. They first graced the UK as special guests of Kings of Leon at London's Hyde Park.
Zac Brown Band are Zac Brown, Jimmy De Martini, John Driskell Hopkins, Clay Cook, Chris Fryar, Coy Bowles, Daniel de los Reyes and Matt Mangano.