Artist Information for Zach Bryan

Zach Bryan Artist Image

Name: Zach Bryan

Followers: 4,129,105

Monthly Listeners: 32,530,859

Top Cities:

  • Chicago, US (799,160 listeners)
  • Sydney, AU (727,118 listeners)
  • Dallas, US (649,275 listeners)
  • New York City, US (607,851 listeners)
  • Charlotte, US (593,577 listeners)

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Biography:
A plaintive, quivering country troubadour indebted to the literary side of Red Dirt country -- he wrote a song saluting Evan Felker of the Turnpike Troubadours, one of the genre's leading lights of the 2010s -- Zach Bryan began carving out a career for himself while he was still enlisted in the Navy. He recorded his 2019 debut album, DeAnn, during a break in his service, and it, along with videos he posted online, helped him cultivate an audience that crested with the 2020 release of Elisabeth and its accompanying single "Heading South." Bryan capitalized on this burgeoning popularity with American Heartbreak, a sprawling 2022 triple album that marked his major-label debut and mainstream breakthrough: it debuted at number one on Billboard's Country Albums chart. He consolidated his success in 2023 with the eponymously titled Zach Bryan, which featured the hit duet with Kacey Musgraves "I Remember Everything." He teased his fifth album with 2024's "Pink Skies." A native of Oklahoma, spending time in both Oologah and Tulsa, Zach Bryan received his first guitar at the age of 14. Soon he learned how to play, then started to write songs. When he came of age, Bryan enlisted in the Navy, just like his parents before him and his father's father before that. During his spare time in the service, he wrote songs. While on leave, he spent some time relaxing at an Airbnb in Jacksonville, Florida. He and his friends spontaneously decided to record the songs that became his 2019 debut, DeAnn; he named the album after his late mother. DeAnn earned positive buzz among Red Dirt aficionados, so Bryan decided to record a second album in the same fashion. Featuring the single "Heading South," the resulting Elisabeth appeared in 2020. The following year saw Bryan release live versions of "Hell or Highwater" and "Condemned," and make his debut at the Grand Ole Opry. "From Austin" appeared in early 2022 as the lead single to his third record, American Heartbreak, a triple album issued through Warner Records in May 2022. The release found an audience, debuting at number one on the Billboard Country chart and five on its Top 200. Bryan supported the album with an extensive tour, the final show of which was captured on the LP All My Homies Hate Ticketmaster (Live from Red Rocks). In January 2023, Bryan released the single "Dawns," which featured Maggie Rogers. The eponymously titled full-length Zach Bryan arrived that August, featuring appearances by Kacey Musgraves, the Lumineers, Sierra Ferrell, and the War and Treaty. Along with topping the Billboard 200, it hit number one on the Top Country, Folk, and Rock Albums charts. "Pink Skies" appeared in June 2024 as the first single released off his fifth album, The Great American Bar Scene. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi


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Top 10 Albums

Starved Album Image Starved
Label: Warner Records
Release Date: 2022-10-11
Track Count: 3
Total Play Count: 0
DeAnn Album Image DeAnn
Label: Warner Records
Release Date: 2019-08-24
Track Count: 12
Total Play Count: 0
Open the Gate Album Image Open the Gate
Label: Warner Records
Release Date: 2022-05-06
Track Count: 6
Total Play Count: 0
Something in the Orange Album Image Something in the Orange
Label: Warner Records
Release Date: 2022-04-22
Track Count: 4
Total Play Count: 0
Purple Gas Album Image Purple Gas
Label: Warner Records
Release Date: 2024-06-07
Track Count: 2
Total Play Count: 0
Oklahoma City Album Image Oklahoma City
Label: Zach Bryan
Release Date: 2020-08-21
Track Count: 1
Total Play Count: 0
Late July Album Image Late July
Label: Warner Records
Release Date: 2022-04-12
Track Count: 3
Total Play Count: 0
Oklahoma City Album Image Oklahoma City
Label: Warner Records
Release Date: 2020-08-21
Track Count: 1
Total Play Count: 0
From Austin Album Image From Austin
Label: Warner Records
Release Date: 2022-02-25
Track Count: 1
Total Play Count: 0
Dawns (feat. Maggie Rogers) Album Image Dawns (feat. Maggie Rogers)
Label: Warner Records
Release Date: 2023-01-27
Track Count: 1
Total Play Count: 0

Top 10 Tracks

I Remember Everything (feat. Kacey Musgraves) Track Image I Remember Everything (feat. Kacey Musgraves)
Playcount: 632,209,615
Duration: 03:47
Dawns (feat. Maggie Rogers) Track Image Dawns (feat. Maggie Rogers)
Playcount: 264,922,647
Duration: 04:50
Hey Driver (feat. The War and Treaty) Track Image Hey Driver (feat. The War and Treaty)
Playcount: 222,257,541
Duration: 03:47
Spotless (feat. The Lumineers) Track Image Spotless (feat. The Lumineers)
Playcount: 157,676,395
Duration: 02:49
Sarah's Place (feat. Noah Kahan) Track Image Sarah's Place (feat. Noah Kahan)
Playcount: 125,685,920
Duration: 03:34
Boys Of Faith (feat. Bon Iver) Track Image Boys Of Faith (feat. Bon Iver)
Playcount: 78,560,194
Duration: 02:50
Holy Roller (feat. Sierra Ferrell) Track Image Holy Roller (feat. Sierra Ferrell)
Playcount: 48,396,614
Duration: 03:36
Purple Gas Track Image Purple Gas
Playcount: 5,206,596
Duration: 03:00

Top 10 Collaborating Artists (Tracks)

Charles Wesley Godwin Artist Image Charles Wesley Godwin
Collaborations: 3
The Lumineers Artist Image The Lumineers
Collaborations: 2
Noah Kahan Artist Image Noah Kahan
Collaborations: 2
Noeline Hofmann Artist Image Noeline Hofmann
Collaborations: 2
Sierra Ferrell Artist Image Sierra Ferrell
Collaborations: 2
Bon Iver Artist Image Bon Iver
Collaborations: 2
The War And Treaty Artist Image The War And Treaty
Collaborations: 2
Kacey Musgraves Artist Image Kacey Musgraves
Collaborations: 2
Jonathan Peyton Artist Image Jonathan Peyton
Collaborations: 1
Maggie Rogers Artist Image Maggie Rogers
Collaborations: 1