"Thank ya'll for stoppin' by, can't wait for everyone to see Zac Burrell's music video "Cowboy"... Gonna be a real Hoot!!" -Rodney Berkiepile
At the young age of just three years old Zac Burrell started to play drums for the first time. The early talent was noted by his Uncle who gave him his first full-size drum set at the age of four. Growing up in the city of Pasco, Washington, with two sisters and both parents who were a major musical influence on his life. The classic rock influence came from playing AC/DC, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Led Zeppelin and Rush in the basement with Dad. Mom brought Pop and Motown (Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson, Prince and The Temptations) into the picture. These foundational influences along with the then-current music of his era (Hansen, Creed, N’Synce, Chris Brown, Eminem, Usher) began to mold the timing signature he so often displays today.
At the age of 13 he began to master the guitar and at 15 started writing original songs after school and between sports practices. During his high school years he formed a couple bands with friends and also started playing the piano.
By his high school graduation Zac had decided that music would be forever part of his life. As he entered college he molded his curriculum around a music career. In his second year of college (2013) he dropped out to pursue a professional drumming career for the national touring pop rock band Night Argent.
While touring nationally with Night Argent since 2013, Zac has played a huge part in the bands success from a National Television Debut on AXS TV, to Winning the Ernie Ball Battle of the Bands contest as drummer in the band Night Argent in 2015. Performed at Vans Warped Tour 2014, 2015, and 2016, Performed at SXSW 2015 and 2016, having thousands of YouTube views, Recording at Robert Lang Studios 2016, Rainmaker Studios 2018, and most recently with his solo project recording at Synergy Productions 2018.
Zac also played the last two years with local country cover band Stompin’ Ground with founder and local legend Kevin “Mofo” Williams, where he would try out his original material with songs like “Cowboy” and “Love What We Does”… Besides playing nationally with his band in Night Argent, and locally with Stompin’ Ground, Zac has personally performed and opened for Old Dominion, James Otto Wade Hayes, Trick Pony, Keith Anderson, Ty Herndon, Jason Michael Carrol, Sawyer Brown Band, Rust on the Rails, and Zack Hinson. Working alongside producer Sean Walker at Synergy Productions in Seattle Wa, and Multiple Grammy Winning Engineer Andrew Mendelson at Georgetown Masters in Nashville, TN… His three song EP titled “Part One” is Zac’s very first solo project! Zac is also in the midst or releasing his first full length music video for his song “Cowboy”, with Chase Thompson and Shane Santanna of Rain Maker Productions. The video will include the Host of the National radio show “Legends of Country” Ed Dailey, and will be releasing through Vevo coming soon!
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