The Voice Alum, Zach Seabaugh completed a dream recently, performing on the Grand Ole Opry. You may remember Zach’s cute looks from NBC’s The Voice which he contributed on #TeamBlake. Zach chats with Front Stage about The Voice, debut EP, and so much more!

THE VOICE — Season: 9 — Pictured: Zach Seabaugh — (Photo by: Trae Patton/NBC)

Since NBC’s The Voice, you’ve released your debut self-titled EP. Tell our listeners about that EP. The EP gave my fans a taste of what’s to come. I wrote the songs shortly after I returned from LA, and they were influenced by really missing home and all the adventures of being a teenage kid in my hometown of Marietta, GA.

How has The Voice shaped you into the musician you are today? The Voice created this awesome launch pad for my career. I like to tell people that it is what put me at the starting line in the music industry. It helped me grow vocally as an artist because I was singing cover songs that challenged me week after week.

When did you know you wanted to become a musician? Music has always been a passion of mine. I’ve grown up singing in my church choir and that’s what got me started in music. 

You just made your debut on the Grand Ole Opry, how did that feel? My Grand Ole Opry debut was the coolest thing ever. Playing the Grand Ole Opry has always been a dream of mine, and I don’t think I could have started the year off any better.

Who are some of your biggest influences? My biggest musical inspirations are Tim McGraw, Chris Young and Zac Brown.

What can fans expect for 2017? 2017 is the year for new music. My main focus this year is to become a better writer and to hone in on my unique sound and my place in the industry. I have been very fortunate to write with some of the most talented songwriters in Nashville, and I can’t wait to share my new music with my fans!

 

Connect with Zach:

www.zachseabaugh.com (sign up for my newsletter!)

FB – @zachseabaughmusic

Twitter – @ZachSeabaugh

IG – @zachseabaugh

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